By starting an incense bowl with incense ashes, the more delicate indoor incense sticks will stand up and burn completely through, because there is enough oxygen in incense ashes versus using sand of pebbles. Sand and pebbles are for outdoor incenses that have wood or bamboo base, usually much more smokey and pungent.
3 3/4" bowl width and 2 5/8" height. Grey bowl with dark brown base. A harmonious design of shape and color.
Delicate footed celadon incense bowl 3 1/4" width and 3 1/4" height with cloud motif knob on lid.
4" tall celadon incense burner with 2 1/2" diameter opening and lion head side details.
Striking sky blue and earthy brown combination. 3 7/8" width and 2 5/8" height.
Cast Iron Incense Bowl with 3 5/8" top diameter and 2 1/8" in height.
Footed gold and rust iron bowl in Japanese eggplant design with lid. 5" in height and 4 1/4" width.
Smiling lying cat dish burner with incense disk. 3 1/4" wide X 2 5/8".
In Japan Jizo is a symbol for children and travelers' guardian. This grey benevolent ceramic Jizo incense burner has a contrasting black base with an indented space for an incense square. A peaceful addition to any space. 5 1/2" in height.
Large clay lotus pod burner with lid loaded with lotus seed pods, symbols for family expansion and prosperity. 6" diameter and 3 1/2" in height.
Ceramic incense bowl with blossom motifs on side panels. Lid with intricate flower pattern. Cut out vents on lid and sides of panels. 4" wide and 4 1/4" in height.
5 1/4" diameter and 5 1/4" height ceramic tripod burner in exactly same design as huge outdoor incense burners in front of temples.