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Tibetan Eight Auspicious Symbols Potala Copper Incense burner

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This beautiful rectangular Tibetan Incense Holder box is hand crafted by our artisans in Kathmandu Nepal. This is made of Copper. This is a singular Copper Incense burner in a beautiful Tibetan Potala Palace Design metal frame. The outer is etched and embossed with the Tibetan Eight Auspicious Symbol and the top cover of the frame has 2 deer sitting at both sides of the Gajura along with four birds at four corners.

These boxes have beautifully carved Tibetan Eight Auspicious Symbols. All the work in these incense burner box is meticulously hand carved and hand painted. The potala design lid opens up completely so that you can put the incense to burn in a metal sheet which is placed in between the cabinet and the lid of the box in order to collect the the ashes and the remains after the incense has burnt in it. The lid has a many small opening which works as exhaust for the incense smoke and fragrance. As the incense burns lying on the metal sheet, it is completely safe and non hazardous.

As these incense burners are meticulously hand crafted and many designs have been achieved, these incense holder boxes are trending as home Decor these days and are in a lot of demand. These are favored by the tourist visiting Nepal and are collected as art and decorative pieces; these are also popular and hot items to be presented as gifts to your near and dear ones.

Note: This Potala incense burner comes in two different variants; one with a Dorje on each sides and another with Meditating Buddha on the sides of the burner. You might get either one of the two variations when shipped.

Size: 7.9"LX2.5"B X4" H (measurement at the base and including Gajura and deer at the top)
Weight: 0.65 lbs

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