Still Incense Burner

$114.00

BY Incausa

In stock and ready to ship

Pickup available at 2090 Dundas Street West

Usually ready in 24 hours

Just as all elements on our planet aspire to be balanced, so does the Still Incense Burner. The ring, continuous in its form, has the nature to roll infinitely. It is complimented by the linear base, which longs to pave the path for the ring. Jointly, they create the balance for a continuous journey together.

The ring serves as a dial, which can be adjusted to house various incense lengths. We recommend your choice of our Breu Resin Incense.

We also recommend you use this with a complementing slate board, as an alter or stage.

Note: This product is made from post-consumer brass, which may result in a slight difference in color tone between the parts, a good reminder of our own individuality.

Dimensions

Length: 20cm
Height (when assembled): 4.25cm

Materials & Construction

Post-consumer brass.

Responsible Design

Incausa is a for-profit company with social impact at its core. All products are assembled and shipped from their headquarters workshop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. They source from the finest, fair-trade producers who have operated for many years and are experienced in making premium products. With their Indigenous pro-bono mission, Incausa transforms customers into benefactors, which allows them to grow truly sustainable giving efforts rather than depending on fundraising for support. 100% of the wholesale price is relayed to the artisan.

Care Instructions

Wipe with dry cloth. Intended for use with incense sticks only. Place on a heat resistant surface to catch incense ashes.

This product is made from post-consumer brass, which may result in a slight difference in color tone between the parts, a good reminder of our own individuality.

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meet the maker: Incausa

Incausa collaborates with artisans, villages and associations of eight different native ethnicities in the Amazon Basin. They act as a non-profit patron, subsidizing logistics and production, developing sustainable retail and wholesale market-placements.

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