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Endless Knot-Bodhi Leaf Incense Burner Handmade Ceramic Pottery

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Handmade by Diane De Baun, this Endless Knot -bod hi Leaf Incense burner is fired in transparent Earth Green with gold rim and purple "beads". Design is the Endless Knot on this ceramic incense burner, with bodhi leaves encircling.The gold holder is for Tibetan, Japanese and stick incense.
You may need to prop up stick incense or Japanese incense with old stick to keep straight up so all the ashes are caught in bowl. Beneath is a hole so you can use an old stick or needle to easily push out remains of Tibetan or Japanese incense.

8 inches in diameter.

Endless Knot or the Lucky Diagram is common to many Ancient cultures with various meanings.
In China longevity, love, harmony and continuity are associated with this symbol.
The Endless Knot or as it is sometimes called the Glorious Knot, Eternal Knot, Mystic In Buddhism, it represents both Buddha’s Mind and Buddha’s Teachings. Buddha’s eternal compassion and wisdom and Buddha’s ‘twelve links of dependent origination’ underlying the reality of the cycle of existence from His teachings.
It is one of the Eight Auspiscious Signs (in Sanskrit:Astamangala and in Tibetan:Bkra-shis rtags-brgyad).
In Buddhism, these 8 gifts were offered to the Buddha (Shakyamuni Buddha) at his Enlightenment by the Vedic Gods: Brahma, Indra, and Sthavara (the Earth Goddess) all who bore witness to the event.

Endless Knot-Bodhi Leaf Incense Burner Handmade Ceramic Pottery