Made by Yoke Hexagon Brass Incense Holder
This handmade, brass incense holder is a beautiful and functional way to bring vitality into your bedroom, home office, or studio.
Deceptively simple, the hexagon design serves as an ash catcher. After the incense is lit, the smoke curls downward, creating a dreamy visual effect. Engaging both your sense of smell and sight amplifies the experience—bringing your practice, meditation, or spiritual awareness to a whole new level. When not in use, the holder sits beautifully as a miniature work of art.
In addition to supporting your own daily life, the hexagon brass incense holder and incense make a wonderful gift set for spiritually minded friends.
The brass incense holder pairs well with most incense sticks, and our in-house brand of hand-dipped, California sun-dried of incense sticks are naturally a perfect fit.
- Handmade brass incense holder
- Suitable for one incense stick
- Imported: Made in India
Stemming from the Latin word incendere (‘to burn’), incense refers to an aromatic arrangement of natural fibers—think resin, wood, and herbs—shaped into sticks, spirals, and cones.
The practice of burning incense is an ancient art, with many historians tracing the activity back to classical Egypt and parts of Asia. At the time, ritual incense was used by priests as an offering to the gods and sacred incense was used by the religious as a part of their worship.
Whether you’re new to incense or just want to expand your practice, burn Made by Yoke incense sticks before or after meditation, or in any sacred space to calm, relax, and center.
Simply insert one stick into the hole and light.
Popular ways to incorporate incense into your wellness ritual include:
Consider running a solitary bath and replacing candles with incense. Alternatively, light Made by Yoke Incense, curl up on the sofa with a cup of tea and a book. Allow yourself the space and the time to go within and wash the day away.
Never leave burning incense unattended. Keep lit incense away from children and pets. Keep away from flammable material and surfaces. Burn incense in a non-flammable holder and in a well-ventilated room.
Stemming from the Latin word incendere (‘to burn’), incense refers to an aromatic arrangement of natural fibers—think resin, wood, and herbs—shaped...Read more