Learn about reading tarot cards, interpreting the major and minor arcana, the numerology of the tarot, the difference between tarot and oracle cards, and the historical context of the tarot.
Red Clay Incense Holders
- Regular price
- Regular price
- Sale price
Hurry, only 2 items left in stock!
Retail orders are typically shipped in 5-8 business days of purchase, but please be patient as we are a small team making goods carefully and lovingly by hand. We ship packages out Monday - Friday. Requests for shipping information can be sent to email@example.com. We are always happy to help.
Your satisfaction is our top priority. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will gladly refund you if bought online from our store within 30 days, or can find a substitute product.
To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase. You can reference your order number, which would have been emailed to you.
Red Clay Incense Holders Info
These handmade clay incense holders will bring warmth to your space with their red earth and iron materials. Deliberately sculpted by Twig Earthgoods, these bowls are made to fit our incense. They are sculpted from red clay and finished with an iron wash.
Please note, this is a handmade product and each individual dish is unique - they will vary slightly in color and texture.
About Twig Earthgoods
Zoe and Jordan produce clay and wooden creations that bring life and interest back to everyday objects.
We are proud to offer these small batch handmade incense holders from these fine local artisans. Find Twig Earthgoods on Instagram and at the Bellingham Farmers Market.
* Each incense holder is uniquely made and can vary from the picture shown.
Low Smoke, No Synthetics
Our charcoal incense produces less smoke than other incense, for a gentler experience and more pure aroma from our essential oil infusions. The scent lingers, but doesn't overstay its welcome.
In Our Own Words
Cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the crux of a major humanitarian and environmental crisis that demands far greater attention from the wider world.
We’ve curated a list of ten Black-owned, impact-driven businesses that center Earth-friendly practices in their work. We highly recommend checking them out and giving them your support!