Incense Stick Holder

Temple Standard / Traditionally Made Brass Holder
1 Unit

Burn your Incense with this high quality, attractive, brass holder. These Incense Holders are used in Temples across the Far East. So let them hold your incense sturdy while you focus on enlightenment. Glow up and enrich your living space with some incredible uplifting incense. Why not put our incredible Tibetan Healing Incense sticks in it and feel a lot. Small handy size that suits any living or work space.

£2.99 £2.49
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At Ancient Purity we are always burning incense and this traditional Temple Incense holder is what we use. It is a High Quality Brass incense holder just put in your choice of incense sticks. For Resin and Gums see our Soap Stone Burner and for oils we have the Oil Aroma Burners, both are in the related products below. We highly recommend the Original Healing Tibetan Incense as it is composed of 31 natural ingredients. These solid traditionally made brass Incense Holders will last a lifetime. 

This small pretty golden coloured incense holder is ideal for religious, spiritual, and yoga meditation purposes. This nice decorative piece will be a cute table top ornament for office, home, tea house, patio, balcony, shop, cafe, hotel, music studio, club or bar. A very functional ornament! Sit down and relax while watching the smoke majestically curling through your room as the incense stick slowly burns. Place the mini incense holder on a fire-resistant surface. Make sure you place a paper or plate under our mini incense stick as some ashes will fall over the tiny device. Incense burners are a chic ways of burning your incense sticks. This makes a great addition to your home and is also ideal as the perfect little gift. There are many on the market but these are made to ancient design used traditionally in the Far East.

Incense Stick Holder - Information & Points of Interest

  • Made in Thailand.
  • Traditional, Ancient Style.
  • Burn Incense Sticks.
  • Will Last Forever - Just like us.
  • Small to take on your Travels.
  • For the Home, Workspace, Trips out.
  • Relax and Breath.
  • Simple & Attractive looking.
  • Burn during Meditation & Yoga

Enrich your airwaves with Incense

Thai temple incense

Practice your Meditation

For meditation, burning incense is not really needed, but it definitely evokes the feeling of spiritualism among persons who are mostly living for material well-being or who have lacking abilities to concentrate during their meditation. To say it simply, these incenses have a mesmerising effect on our brains. Obviously a nice and solid incense holder should be used. Predominantly, incense with their holders has been used to worship God throughout entire Asia due to the prevalence of Buddhist beliefs, which originated in India in the 6th century B.C. The majority of Thais worship Buddhism, so burning incense is an integral part of their spiritual proceedings. Usually three sticks are burned for worshipping the Lord Buddha. 

My friend Paul uses this mini incense holder when having a picnic with his family or going to the beach, I gave him one from my pocket a few years back, then suprised he sent me a photo. The holder is very easy to bring along. Just put it in your pocket. I love the sweet smell of my favourite incense while working, reading the paper, or just enjoying the view. The smell of incense makes enjoyable experiences even more enjoyable! Try it! I can highly recommend Ancient Purity’s Original Healing Tibetan Incense as it is composed of 31 natural ingredients. 

The Glow and Scent of Peace

brass incense holder

Used since Ancient Times

The mini incense holder presented by Ancient Purity is perfect for burning incense sticks, also known as joss sticks. These are made from a thin stick of bamboo coated in incense. Different incense brands will have different burning times, but you can typically expect a burning duration for around 20 minutes to 60 minutes. Incense sticks also come in various lengths which result in varying burn times. But no matter how long the incense stick is, it will fit in the mini holder. When using make sure to never leave burning incense unattended, especially indoors.

Although incense holders have been used in Europe, they have been far more widespread in the East. In China during the Han dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE), a type of vessel known as a hill censer was used. It consisted of a shallow circular pan, in the centre of which was an incense container with a pierced lid constructed as a three-dimensional representation of the Daoist Isles of the Blest. Incense holders of the Ming dynasty (1368–1644) were made in two basic forms: a square vessel on four feet, fitted with two handles and a pierced lid, and a circular tripod vessel.

Traditionally Made, for Traditional Use

Copper Incense Holder… Closing Thoughts

Everybody enjoying to burn incense sticks should consider ordering this small, solid, copper holder. It’s just a small investment while this copper incense holder will last a lifetime. Light some incense, curl up on the sofa with a cup of tea, a book and some chilled-out music. Alternatively, run a bath and replace candles with an Incense stick or two. Soft fragrances will further enhance this time, allowing you to give yourself time and space away from the hassles of everyday living.

Incense is used widely in many religious practices to deepen attention, heighten senses and uplift one’s own spirit when practicing meditation. Traditionally, the passing of time was also measured by the burning of set length incense sticks. The burning of Incense can act as a doorway to spirituality, formal or informal, recognised religion or secular. Incense is and has been for thousands of years in daily use in many religions of the world – Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity.

Burn your Incense Traditionally - Order Today

temple incense Thailand
  • Place an incense stick into top.
  • Material: Copper/Brass.


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