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Soapstone Coffin Box Incense Burner

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Natural Soapstone Incense Burner

For best results burn with lid open.
Coloring will vary burner to burner and from the photographs shown.
Each burner is unique and no two burners will be exactly alike.

Size: 10" long
Material: Soapstone

These beautifully hand carved Incense Burners, also called a Box Burner, Coffin Burner or Ash Catcher, are carved from real soapstone rock. Natural soapstone rock is unique which means each burner carved from this rock will also be unique, no two will be exactly the same. Each burner will have unique coloring and marbling. Not only is this stone incense burner pleasurable to look at, but it is cool and pleasurable to touch. For best results, please burn incense with the lid open. Incense may not burn with the lid shut.

How to Use

  1. To use this Incense Box Burner, open the lid and insert your lit incense stick into the hole drilled into one end of the burner. Slide your incense stick as far through the hole as desired. The hole is intentionally slightly larger than normal and drilled through the stone to allow the burner to accommodate various sized incense sticks.

  2. Allow the incense stick to rest horizontally on the little stand inside the box. Be sure the burning incense stick does not touch the sides of the burner as this may extinguish the incense and cause it to stop burning.

  3. For best results, leave the lid open as the incense burns allowing the fragrance to fill the room. When you are finished or when the incense has burnt out, shut the lid. Closing the lid while the incense is burning may cause the incense to go out. 

What is Soapstone?

Soapstone is natural rock and cool to the touch and some consider it to be therapeutic. Soapstone is unique, and often no two pieces are exactly alike, the color will vary slightly from item to item, and from the picture. Soapstone is created by nature, composed of talc, quartz and various minerals that has compressed over millions of years. Soapstone has many properties that make it desirable for carving, including its softness, which makes it easy to work with. Soapstone is also resistant to heat, making it a good choice for fireplaces, wood stoves, and cookware.


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