Honor the spirits of the land where you stand. The Tipi has been used by some Indigenous peoples of the Plains, in the Great Plains and Canadian Prairies of North America and the Indigenous peoples of the Plateau. They are an important part of the culture of the people of the seven tribes of the Sioux, the Iowa, the Otoe, the Pawnee, the Blackfeet, the Crow, the Assiniboines, the Araphoe, the Plains Cree, the Yakama and the Cayuse. They are still in use in many of these communities, though now primarily for ceremonial purposes rather than daily living.
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 tipi over it and watch as the scented smoke wafts delicate tendrils through the holes in the lid.
Piñon Pine is a magical herb used to clear the air, heal, balance energies, provide mental strength and support fertility.
Measures 2.5″ x 3″
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