Siesta / Faith & Folklore Incense Holders
Need a burner for your favourite incense? Look no further! We stock a great range of different incense holders from around the world. They vary from the simple ash catcher styles to the ornate and amazing Thai dragon holders.
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Mithila Charcoal Burner
These unique Mithila charcoal burners are hand painted in Madhyapur Thimi, just outside Kathmandu. Each piece is made in the traditional brightly coloured painting style from Mithila region.
Approx: 7cm high and 7.5cm ∅
Colourful Standing Smoke Boxes
These vibrant incense towers have been hand carved and dyed/painted. The base has four holes for burning stick incense and a metal disc for burning incense cones. Once the incense is lit, the vertical tower can be placed back over the base to allow aromatic smoke to drift out from the carved holes.
Mango Wood Ashcatcher
Made from fast growing mango wood, this plain wooden ash catcher is perfect for stick incense and has a pretty hand carved flower design.
Metal Leaf Ashcatcher
This pretty leaf ashcatcher is perfect for your incense sticks and adds extra luxury to your relaxing evening or meditation.
Aluminium Incense Plates
These pretty aluminimum incense plates make ideal ashcatchers for your favourite incense sticks or cones. Chose from either a Flower of Life or Tree design.
Mango Wood Incense Tower
This striking incense tower has been carved from mango wood. Once the incense is lit, the vertical tower can be placed back over the base to allow aromatic smoke to drift out from the carved holes.
Brass Goddess Burner
This elegant incense holder comes in two parts - a Goddess figurine creates the base which holds the incense, and a detachable lid with patterned holes to let the aroma of your favourite incense gently flow through the air.
Brightly Coloured Elephant Smoke Boxes
These brightly coloured incense boxes are perfect for adding a splash of colour around the house, whilst enjoying the gentle aroma of your favourite incense.
Cast Iron Cauldron Small
Cauldrons have traditionally been used in various pagan rituals but they can also be used for burning your favourite resin incense.
Engraved Copper Bowls
These beautiful copper bowls are perfect for burning your favourite incense in. Each bowl has a stunning golden design and trim.
Lotus Incense Holder
This is our most popular incense holder made from a single piece of yellow wood from Nepal. Each holder has been hand carved into a lotus and has a reasonably wide base to catch ash. The lotus shape is recognised as an important symbol in Buddhism.
Approx: 5cm ∅
Hands Incense Holder
This is one of our most popular incense holders. A piece of wood has been hand sculpted to look like hands joined together in prayer.
This intricately carved incense burner holds Tibetan zimpu incense.
Approx: 7cm High
Fish Pattern Incense Holder
This handmade wooden incense holder has been beautifully engraved with a pattern of two fish swirling.
The small central 'bulb' holds a single stick of dhoop incense or stick incense in the smaller sections.
Approx: 7cm ∅
Hand Painted Stone Incense Holder
These beautiful stone incense holders are all handpainted in Bali and feature a cheerful and bright sun face!
Approx: 5cm x 6cm x 1cm
Our most popular style of incense holder to date, this shoe horn shaped, mango wood ash catcher is perfect for use with stick incense, Nag Champa for example.
Approx: 3cm × 25cm
Our most popular incense holder to day, this shoe horn style mango wood ash catcher is perfect for stick incense. This design has been inlaid with stars and a Buddha.
Approx: 3cm × 25cm