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Stone Lotus Bowl

SKU#  442688
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Why We Love It

Crafted in Indonesia, our stunning 5" Stone Lotus Incense Bowl pays tribute to beloved lotus flowers with blooming petals handcrafted of stone and resin. For thousands of years the lotus flower has been considered a symbol of beauty and virtue in Asian culture. Use as a pretty paperweight or give as a thoughtful gift!

Details & Dimensions

  • Handcrafted of stone and resin
  • Made in India
5"Dia. x 2"H

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by very pretty bowl with nice details Very pretty piece and goes nicely in my home. I also have the little stone buddha and elephant made from the same stone and they all look very beautiful together. All of my pieces were wrapped very carefully when they were shipped so everything arrived intact. I have not put incense or a candle in it, I use it to place my rings or little flower petals inside. I like it very much. April 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by beautiful piece it's a very beutiful piece and useful. I would recommand it if you use incense sticks around house August 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty but very fragile Received this item with two of the petals broken and only one of the two petals was in the box. Was able to glue the one back on so it looks presentable. It is much more fragile than I thought it would be, as if it's made out of sand but it is pretty. Even with two broken petals, I'm glad I have it. It makes my deck coffee table look nice. July 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love!! I've had this incense holder for a LONG time now, and I love it, it's not too heavy, and it keeps incense sticks upright. HOWEVER as much as I love it... YOU SHOULD NOT USE INCENSE CONES ON HERE!!! I did and it left a burnt hole in it :( and be careful, I believe it breaks easily, I have a few chips on the flowers. If you want to burn cones, use something else. also, when the incense sticks burn down, there's still a small little area where what's left of the incense is in the small hole, I use tweezers to get it out and put in the next stick :) May 22, 2013
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