Plenty of variety here. We have Charcoal Burners, Incense Stick Burners, Cone Burners & Tibetan Incense Burners. Take your time and browse through them all.
Designs and sizes may vary slightly due to changes in stock.
Made from wood withBrass decoration
Great incense burner, made from wood.
Just light your incense sticks or cones and place inside the box, sit back and enjoy.There is even a section in the base where you can store your incense sticks.
With this box style burner you can place your sticks or cones inside and never worry about ash falling on your table.
Measures: 30 cms long x 5 cms wide
Choose your colour when orderingONLY $24.95 each
Made in Thailand these beautiful seated elephants with tusks are made from wood by products.
Lift up the elephant and place your incense cone on the plate then put your elephant on top.
The incense smoke come out through his mouth and trunk.
Measures: 20 x 12 cms
Made from copper and brassFREE packet of charcoal included.
Extra Large Incense burner hangs on a chain.
Put your incense inside on charcoal or use cone incense.
Measures 26cms approx from top to bottom. When measured including chain it's 40 cms approx
Post including tracking within Australia is $18.50
Regular incense sticksTibetan & Rope incense
Hand made from clay in Nepal this great incense burner can be used to burn Rope Incense, Tibetan Incense (thick sticks) or traditional incense sticks.
Brown colour available, black is sold out.
Hand made in Nepalby Tibetan refugees
This Buddha is also an incense burner.
Just lift the Buddha from the base and place your short incense sticks or cones.
This product is a cottage industry item, buying any of these items created by Tibetan refugees helps give them an income. Made from Clay
Traditional smallwood incense burner
The most common of incense burners.
With Yin Yang symbol in brass at one end.
See our other designs there are so many to choose from.
$2.50 for one
Two designs $9.95 eachresin or powder incense
If you burn resin or powdered incense these are what you need. (cone incense can also be burnt on these)
One is brass (left in the photo) the other is stone with a wood stand, (Stone burner currently sold out)
You will need charcoal tablets, just light one of the charcoal tablets then place on the mesh in top of your charcoal burner, as it starts to heat up just sprinkle your resin or powder incense on the charcoal.(start with a small amount first)
Use in your charcoal burnerwhen burning resin or powdered incense
Approximately 10 charcoal tablets in a roll.
Just light the side of one charcoal tablet and place in your Charcoal burner or any non flamable vessel or bowl.
Sprinkle your resin or powdered incense over the top a little at a time.
Sit back and relax in your favourite space while your incense fragrance fills your room.
If you would like more than one packet just adjust the amount when ordering.
Click photo for instructions on use.
Made in Nepalfrom Copper & chain
Fantastic Incense burner as used in Temples across the world.
Have this little bit of Temple in your own home or workplace.
Just light your incense cones or resin/powder incense and place the lid on top and hang where you like.
Colours and design may vary due to changes in stock.
Measures 16 x 16 centimetres
Egyptian PharoahStick Incense Burner
Made in Bali this incense burner is suitable for incense sticks.
Ideal for the collector of Egyptian items.
Incense burnerwith storage inside
Another beautiful incense burner from India, this one also has a compartment to store your incense inside,
Has a beautiful brass inlay design on each side.
Measures: 32 cms Approx
Storage compartmentburn 2 sticks at once
Lovely design incense burner, this one can burn two sticks at a time.
Has storage compartment to store you extra incense and keep it fresh.
Nice carved design along the sides.
Double DorjeMade in Nepal
Hand made in Nepal and beautifully painted Double Dorje (protection from evil) design.
Measures: 8 cms across approx
Carved stone designsIncense Burner
These are Mani Stones with different designs and a mantra carved on each one.
Hand carved and painted in Nepal. (two in photo / you get one)