Incense stick holder burner wooden box, ash catcher, 10', natural wood, tibetan buddhism style. Free shipping. Hand painted.
This box from natural wood - beech, oil coating. Laser marked and hand painted. For all type of incense, conus, sticks, etc.
Maybe you want to create an incens burner with your hands?
Tibetial buddhism style.
Eight Auspicious Signs of face.
In Buddhism these eight symbols of good fortune represent the offerings made by the gods to Shakyamuni Buddha immediately after he attained enlightenment. Brahma, the great god of the form realm, was the first to appear with an offering of a thousand-spoked golden wheel, requesting Shakyamuni to turn the teaching wheel of the dharma. The great sky god Indra appeared next, presenting a white, right-spiralling conch shell as a symbol of the proclamation of the dharma. The earth goddess Sthavara (Tib. Sayi Lhamo), who had borne witness to the Buddha's enlightenment, presented Shakyamuni with a golden vase full of the nectar of
immortality. Iconographically Brahma and Indra are frequently represented to the left and right of Buddha's enlightenment throne, offering the golden wheel and the white conch shell.
See more for example http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/history/b8symbol.htm
Fire safety is not just empty words. All of my burners have a steel liner is provided to collect ash and prevent burn-out. This ensures your safety and extends the life of the box. Making possible long-term practices. You can also leave a burn unattended, it is perfectly safe.
In reality, there are no two identical boxes, everyone gets a little bit different but always high quality so that you can be proud of your attitude.
Strong construction for everyday using, steel coat inside for fire safety and comfort cleaning of ash.
Ideal for long everyday practics and retreats.
Standart inner size of this box is 215x40x40 mm. Outer size plus 8 mm on each side.
It is created for typical lenght of non based incense stick.
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