Serenity incense gift set ~ gold lustre lines

$95.00

Availability: Only 3 left in stock (can be backordered)

Create your own sanctuary at home with our Serenity gift set. Our handmade incense holder measures around 9cm in diameter and is made from beautiful Australian speckled stoneware clay, finished with hand-painted true gold lustre lines. This gift set is accompanied by a boxed set of This is Incense, made from Australian Essential Oils and scented in VIC ~ a perfect match with the gold foil packaging.

To finish this set off perfectly, our in-house florist Motoko has added the gorgeous complimentary fluffy dried native Phyllica which complements the gold tones. We are in love!

Please note: if Phyllica is unavailable we will add other dried foliage instead.

This set comes beautifully packaged in a kraft gift box with rose gold foil imprint. Additional gift wrap with gift card is available by clicking the check box underneath the ‘add to cart’ button.

This set includes;
~ 1x stoneware incense holder with gold lustre lines
~ 1x ‘This is Incense’ pack in the divine ‘Margaret River’ scent, containing 60 sticks (20hrs burn time total)
~ 1x small bud vase in our Driftwood glaze
~ complimentary sprig of native dried Phyllica (please note: selection may vary depending on availability)

MARGARET RIVER “Forest and vines with a hint of sweet sea spray”
The sandalwood is the main over note, making this an emotive and woody scent with a hint of sweet mandarin.

Ingredients: Sandalwood oil, Fragonia oil, Cedarwood oil, Clove Leaf oil, Patchouli oil, Mandarin Oil

Stick colours may vary with each production run. Stick colours are brown or a mix of dark lilac and brown colour.


For more information on incense, please scroll down to read more.

Care: Always burn supervised and keep out of reach of children.

LEARN MORE ABOUT INCENSE 

The word “incense” itself is from the Latin word “incendere” which means “to burn”.  The word “incense” is also closely tied to the Latin word “incensus” which means “to cause a passion or emotion to become aroused”. 

It is a slow burning combination of plant-based materials, including fragrant woods,  and essential oils which emits fragrant smoke upon lighting.  

Incense is first lit by flame and quickly put out once the flame “catches”.  In its wake, the flame leaves a smouldering ember which catalyses a slow burn of the incense, allowing it to release a fragrant smoke whose scent is created by the combination of its burning components.   Incense often evokes sentiment and states of mind which go far beyond the physical manifestation of its scent.  Incense is frequently used in meditation as an agent to bring alertness to the mind and help cleanse distracting thoughts.  

 The fragrant smoke from incense can have the remarkable property of creating a spiritual atmosphere which can have diverse uses from priming a calming space by simply filling  the everyday household with a sense of calm and transcendence. Incense sticks generally have holders which allow the sticks to be held in a hole in a supporting foundation with room for ash to fall safely.  

  •       Incense rids impurities and brings harmony
  •       Incense alerts the mind and senses
  •       Incense serves as a companion in solitude
  •       Incense brings peace and calms the mind when busy

This Is Incense is heavenly scented with a combination of local oils which when burnt can reduce stress, lift depression, and restore or enhance emotional health.

Essential Oils and Incense

Incense compliments other kinds of aromatherapy and when used in conjunction with essential oils, a synergistic harmony can be achieved. 

Aromatherapy is the age old practice of using natural essences of aromatic plants to stimulate the health and wellbeing of the mind, body and emotions.  These essences, known as essential oils, are the pure and vibrant quintessence of fragrant botanical plants.  This is Incense is treated with essential oils as part of the mixture with the bamboo fragrant wood.

Essential oils can have enormous therapeutic benefits when burned as part of incense. Essential oils are removed from numerous varieties of trees, bushes, herbs, grasses, fruits, berries, and flowers. Varying concentrations of essential oil are held in different parts of a plant. 

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