This round candle holder and incense cones burner will add the feeling of warmth to any room. Leaf carvings decorate this holder, carved from a soapstone naturally possessing the warm pink and grey hues, allowing plenty of room for the gentle candlelight to escape and dance upon your walls. This incense cones burner can create a pleasant ambiance while the aromatic smoke goes out, keeping a clean and safe environment.Attributes
Why customers love it: Customers love the way the light from the window enters the center of our soapstone bowls when placed on the sill, highlighting the pattern of their individual carvings. They provide hours of enjoyment as the warm light of the candle can be seen flickering through the various carved patterns.
Collection: Candle Holders
Manufacturing process: Being easy to carve, soapstone candle holders are designed into a multitude of shapes and patterns. Soapstone is no ordinary rock. Like its name suggests, it is sometimes soft as soap—well, relatively speaking, that is, if we compare it to other rock—ideal for carving into decorative pieces for your home. Actually, people have been carving unique, symbolic and colorful creations with this medium for thousands of years. Soapstone is softer than most other rock because of its high mineral content of talc. The more talc it has in it, the softer its grade. Soapstone with high talc content can even possess a soapy feel when touched. It can absorb heat, store it and radiate it out evenly.
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Sustainability: Soapstone is a natural ingredient. It is hand-carved by hand in the traditional Indian method, producing minimal waste. This product’s package is made from 100% recycled paper, and shipping materials are made from recycled and reused packaging products.
How to use: Place the soapstone candle holder on a stable surface, out of reach of small children and pets. Place the unlit tealight into the bottom of the burner. Place a candles or a cone on the base and cover it with the soapstone ball.