Hakuhodo Sumitani Saburo Shōten

Sphere | Brass Incense Holder

Dhs. 90.00

Frais de port calculés au paiement.

This minimalist brass incense holder is designed by artisan Masataka Sumitani of Hakuhodo Sumitani Saburo Shōten, a metalwork atelier founded in 1939 in Japan's historic metalwork town of Takaoka.

Crafted from solid brass, the weighted ball sits atop a separate base and can be positioned at any angle, allowing you to orient the incense stick as you wish.

The ball features two differing diameter holes suitable for either Japanese or Indian incense. 

Place on a tray to collect the ashes.

Dimensions: W16mm, Holes ⌀3mm/1mm, Weight: 18g

Also available in Black.

Experience the art of soradaki 空薫

Incense for pleasure

Soradaki 空薫 or "empty burning" refers to the ritual of incense for pleasure.

It is a slow, sensory appreciation of incense, not tied to any religious or spiritual practices. Simply incense for the pleasure of scent alone.

Read more about sorodaki

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