Aja Dehkadeh Burner
The adobe style dehkadeh burner honors the simple elements of earth, fire, and water. With a dome shape and hollowed out windows + door opening, this item is ideal for holding small bundles of sage, palo santo, cone incense. Each piece is handmade and is crafted slowly with the intention of lasting many generations to come. The pieces in this collection are designed to evoke an old world feeling, bringing together a contemporary take on traditional, ancient scenes from the past.
The smoke dances beautifully out of these, creating a meditative experience.
The Aja dehkadeh burner is inspired by traditional clay homes built by the Musgum people in Cameroon. The Musgum are an ethnic group in far north province in Cameroon who created their homes from compressed sun-dried mud. This piece is an ode to that beauty.
- Includes: 1 item
- Dimensions: approximately for the dome 2.75" H x 4.25", bottom tray: .25" H x 6"
- Speckled buff
- Naked clay fired twice to ensure strength and longevity
- Each piece is individually signed by the artist on the back
- Handmade in Los Angeles, California
* Please note: all products are meticulously handmade one piece at a time. Due to this process, there may be slight variations from one item to the next. Such variations and imperfections are inherent in the making of handmade products, so you may expect minor distinctions that will make your purchase special and truly one of a kind.