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According to Webster, a thurible is a covered vase shaped incense burner, with perforated holes to allow the smoke to permeate the atmosphere. Some of these have stands, and others have handles or are hanging, allowing them to be carried about.
Brass Thurible Incense Burner or Censer
For use with Charcoal
The brass thurible shown below, is made in India and will add a touch of elegance to any setting, from conservative to "hippy". It is the ultimate in cool, made of highly polished brass yet, not too flashy. They are large and heavy duty, weighing about 14oz. Even at a 7" height, the incense burners are very well balanced, making them much more difficult to overturn accidentally, than many smaller burners.
Charcoal Incense Burners & Censers
Large Brass Charcoal Incense Burner
These brass thuribles are about 7 inches tall, and about 4 inches wide, at the widest part. The octagonal base is about
3 1/2 inches wide.
On the top of the base, there are 10 holes, approximately 1/4" across, and the lid has about 18 holes, giving this brass incense burner the much needed air flow necessary to burn incense with the lid in place.
These incense burners are made for burning incense over charcoal tablets, but they can very easily be used for cone burners, stick burners, or for smudging, as well. Very cool and makes a great gift, too!
IBBCD7 7" Brass Thurible-Incense Burner $15.95
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