Tibetan Incense Burner

$120

Tibetan Incense Burner is made with copper with 18*14*14 cm dimensions. An incense burner, also known as a perfume burner, is a device used to burn solid incense or perfume.

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Tibetan Incense Burner is made with copper with 18*14*14 cm dimensions. An incense burner, also known as a perfume burner, is a device used to burn solid incense or perfume.

These pots come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials, and have been used in both secular and sacred situations in many civilizations since ancient times. Many designs take advantage of openwork to allow air to move freely.

Incense burning has spiritual and religious connotations in many cultures, which impacts the design and ornamentation of the censer.

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Weight 0,5 kg
Dimensions 14 × 18 cm

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