Designed to complement Elemense’s collection of transformative incense, the Acorn Brass Incense Holder is the perfect way to elevate your incense burning ritual. Made from solid machined brass, it will last for years for years to come and will patina gracefully with continued use. Its beveled base swings freely in all directions casting scent along with it. The Acorn Brass Incense Holder can be used on either end to accommodate incense of different thicknesses.
Written by a Japanese monk over 600 years ago, “The Ten Virtues of Koh” detailed the benefits and properties of Koh-do, the refined art of incense. Elemense’s incense collection takes its inspiration from this storied tradition with three fragrances designed to cultivate serenity and inner peace through scent. This collection uses Japanese scents traditionally associated with relaxation, such as hinoki, and oakmoss, to cultivate an environment for meditation, prayer, and contemplation.
How to Use: Light the tip of the incense and blow out the flame immediately. Keep away from flammable objects.
The graceful elegance of koh (the art of Japanese incense) takes the form of an agave plant in the desert in this beautiful brass burner from Tennen. Designed with beauty and functionality in mind, this multipurpose burner is designed to fit all types of incense, including cones, sticks, and spirals.
Founded in 2001 by Ethan Wessel and Sarah Swartz Wessel, Tennen is a multidisciplinary architectural firm based in Phoenix, USA. After becoming dissatisfied with the lack of beautiful, functional incense burners, they created their own, designed to keep the nub of the incense stick from sticking to the holder after burning. From buildings to aromas, their design projects pursue aesthetic simplicity inspired by the culture and design sensibilities of Japan - honesty of materials, minimalism, and the changing seasons.
Dimensions: Height: 0.7" Diameter: 1.25"
Care: Use a soft cloth with a liquid brass cleaner as needed. For blackened brass, use soft cloth and paste wax polish as needed. With time and use, your incense burner will develop a beautiful patina. Note: Avoid touching the burner while incense is burning, as the cover may grow hot during and for a short period after.
With its significant heft, this cast iron turtle incense holder brings a sturdy, charming accent to any surface. Seven hexagonal holes decorate the top of its removable shell. Inside you'll find a small ceramic ring to keep incense in place.
Nambu Tekki is a traditional Japanese iron casting technique that dates back to the early 17th century in Northern Japan, an area rich in iron.
Materials: cast iron
Dimensions: Height: 2" Diameter: 4: