Immerse yourself in “Koh”, the Japanese art of incense, with this elegant, solid brass burner that is inspired by the Japanese minimalist movement, derived from the spartan aesthetic of Japan's traditional Zen Buddhism. Crafted with beauty and function in mind, the sleek, narrow burner is designed to catch the ash so that you can leave your incense to fill and cleanse your space without worry. Elevate your incense ritual and clear your space with with ease.
- Dimensions: .75" H x .75" W x 6.15" D
- Holds short stick or long stick incense
- Includes: A specially-designed pin to easily remove the leftover unburnt incense from the holder
Care: Use a soft cloth with mild soapy water as needed
Tennen is a multidisciplinary architectural firm based in Phoenix, USA, founded by Ethan and Sarah Swartz Wessel in 2001. Dissatisfied with the lack of beautiful and functional incense burners, they decided to create their own, designed to prevent the nub of the incense from sticking to the vessel after burning. From buildings to aromas, their design projects pursue aesthetic simplicity inspired by the culture and design sensibilities of Japan - natural light, seasonal rhythms, minimalism, and the inherent physical and sensual qualities of materials.