Honor the spirits of the land where you stand.
The Casa de Adobe is a tiny replica of a traditional Southwest adobe home. Adobe has been used as a building material around the world for over 1,000 years and the use of adobe in the Southwest dates to the 17th century, when it was introduced by the Spanish. Earthen bricks are stacked into walls for a home and then slathered with more adobe to create a smooth mud-plaster finish.
This Casa de Adobe even has a small horno or oven outside the home, just as traditional homes had, and can be used magically to bring peace and prosperity to your home or simply bless and protect it. With a chili ristra and New Mexico turquoise door, the Casa de Adobe is a complete recreation of small town New Mexico when Piñon smoke is drifting from the chimney.
This charming incense burner is made entirely from unglazed terracotta clay that darkens to a warm woody brown the more that it is used.
This incense burner set includes 20 piñon pine incense bricks. Light one as you would an incense cone, set it on the terracotta base, place the casa over it and watch as the scented smoke wafts delicate tendrils through the chimney in the lid.
Piñon Pine is a magical herb used to clear the air, heal, balance energies, provide mental strength and support fertility.
Measures 4″ x 2.5″
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