Handmade by Jannalyn from Curious Clay in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
These incense dishes are made out of a natural tan clay and then glazed with a textural white dew-drop glaze. Each piece is made one-of-a-kind so please expect some slight variation in shape & texture. The hole for incense can accommodate both Indian and Japanese incense styles.
To clean: After ashes from the incense fall on the holder and cool down, empty the holder over a trash bin and then wipe clean using warm water an a wet cloth. Never leave incense unattended for risk of fire & always extinguish after use.
Dimensions: Because each piece is unique, expect it to be approx. 4” - 5”
The Story of Curious Clay:
Curious Clay was born out of an intense love of the handmade form and the desire to make attainable art objects. As a former painter, the presence of the artist's hand in my works is very important to me. Both the clay form and the glaze application retains the gesture from my hand. Being somewhat self-taught, my work is primarily slab-built with some element of hand forming. I hope my works can live in their new homes, and be apart of the slower moments in the day; whether it's your morning cup of coffee or afternoon meditation. I find great joy in creating one of a kind pottery, and my hope is that that joy comes through. - Jannalyn, Curious Clay