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  • Bukhoor Incense

    Transport yourself to the UAE with this incredible incense. Bukhoor is the Arabic name given to scented bricks or balls that are a blend of natural traditional ingredients, mainly Oudh, the Arabic name for Agarwood/Aloeswood. The agarwood or Oudh is soaked in fragrant oils and mixed with other natural ingredients (resin, ambergris, musk, sandalwood, essential, and fragrance oils.) You need only burn a small pinch of this to fragrance your home for hours, even days, depending on how much you burn.  Each ball of incense is sold separately. Amir ~ Sophisticated and elegant aroma that calls to you again and again Rashida ~Bold and beautiful  with a spicy undertone Tamu ~ Bright and bold floral with a deep and sultry base  
  • This high quality frankincense from Oman has a clean, refreshing, and uplifting fragrance leaving you and your space feeling calm and relaxed.
  • Green Royal Hojari Frankincense
    This high quality frankincense from Oman has a clean, refreshing, and uplifting fragrance leaving you and your space feeling calm and relaxed.
  • Sacred Myrrh Incense

    Perfuming the air with this resin before prayer or meditation sets the right tone for an inner journey.  It is also wonderful to burn just to perfume your space. When burning make sure the charcoal is on a metal or flame resistant surface.  Order today with or without the charcoal for burning.  
  • Amber Resin Incense

    Amber is a warm, vanilla, caramel, honey type fragrance to scent your home, office, or event space.  It is made of resins and scented with resins like labdanum and benzoin.  It is has a soft, round, and comforting aroma. Due to its precious quality, it is sold in grams instead of in ounces. To fragrance your space using amber, only a small amount is needed and doesn't need to burn for long.  Ten minutes is enough time to perfume your space depending on the size of the room. To burn DO NOT use charcoal to burn amber. Instead, use a candle diffuser or an electric burner which does not require any charcoal.  Enjoy!
  • Copal Blanco

    Experience our Fresh Copal.  Copal is a resin that has sacred properties for cleansing, clearing, purifying essence that has been used by the Mayan people for centuries.  It is like the frankincense of Mexico.  Copal is a name given to tree resin from the copal tree Protium copal (Burseraceae) that is particularly identified with the aromatic resins used by the cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and is burned during sacred ceremonies as incense.  Fresh, white Copal differs greatly from the hardened yellow copal.  It's like the difference between fresh fruit and dried fruit.  Rock-hard yellow copal melts when burned resulting in a thick, shiny, residue which puts out the flame of the charcoal. Fresh Copal dissipates when burned which leaves just a hint of residue, along with a clear, beautiful and uplifting fragrance.  
  • Straight from the United Arab Emirates, we now have metal tongs for you to handle your hot coals and resins.  When placing your resins on hot coal or turning over your resin, tongs are the perfect tool.  They are pliable and can be easily stretched to a larger width to accommodate picking up your hot coals or resins.  Check out our video on how to burn your resins and use your tongs.
  • Out of stock
    Perfectly enchanting.  This vintage brass incense burner may be filled with sand accommodating any size stick, resins, natural wood incense or charcoal. The top is removable for easy cleaning. It is has been painted with a gold paint and a green patina is visible.  It measures 4 inches tall by 4 inches wide. $50
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    This vintage, solid brass Chinese Burner from 1920 (100 years old) is in excellent condition with its original patina.  Typically, burners of this elk are signed as a Vantines.  This one doesn't have the Vantines insignia but is none the less, quite a beauty.  I have sold a number of this kind of burner (it's one of my favorites), but I have never seen one with this type of pointed handle on the lid. Most of the tops to this type of burner have a handle that resembles the roof of a pagoda.  It's a very handsome piece and will add character to any room or setting.
  • This large ceramic incense burner is in excellent condition.  It is too shallow for a cone or charcoal with the lid on.  It would be best for Spiral Incense. One spiral can burn for hours. It has no chips cracks crazing or discoloration. It was crafted in China. Height 4-1/2 Width 5-3/4" Diameter of bowl: 4-5/8"
  • This is a wonderful vintage, brass foo dog, incense burner. Foo Dogs are considered protectors. Foo dog or Chinese lion sits on the lid.  The bottom is marked Japan and there's an engraved signature, but not in Japanese characters.  This is a substantial burner sitting at  7 3/4 x 4 3/4 diameter x 8 high.  There's a tiny dent in the bowl and burn residue remains in the interior. This piece is in great condition with light patina. It's definitely a statement piece. We recommend that you watch our video, Vintage Burners for best results and safety precautions.
  • This burner is very large, but it has a large presence.  It brass is substantial, not thin at all and it is very well crafted.
  • This Vintage Incense Burner is large and stately.  It can hold a number of charcoal discs at one time and therefore is an excellent choice for large spaces such as churches, synagogues, mosques, temples,  meeting centers, large homes, and outdoor spaces.