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These hand painted 'Art on Glass' incense smoking bottles, also known as an incense holder, ash catcher, or incense burner, are made from up-cycled (recycled) glass bottles. Before each bottle is hand painted, they are primed and conditioned to make sure the paint adheres and lasts for many years to come, ultimately saving you money as the cost of air freshener increases and the longevity of fragrance decreases.

The neck is wrapped with twine which hangs the metal incense holder. Hole on the side of bottle draws draft, and prevents premature extinguishing. The glass paint used is Dishwasher, Microwave, and Oven safe.

There are several ways to burn incense sticks, all of which leave you with a pile of ash to deal with. An easy solution to this problem is to use a smoking bottle incense burner. This decorative and functional bottle allows your incense stick to burn and give off its scent, while collecting the ash inside the bottle.

Each of our smoking bottles are uniquely hand-crafted, no two bottles are exactly alike. These are a safe alternative to open air incense burners. The ashes fall to the bottom of the bottle, leaving no mess to clean up.

Here's how easy it is...
1. Light the incense stick until you have a really good glow.
2. Turn the stick upside down and slide the wooden part of the stick into the metal ring.
3. Drop it down into the bottle and let the fragrance flow.

Up-Cycled Bottle Incense Burner

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: bottle, glass, paint, sealer, key rind, twine
  • Only ships within United States.