If you love the smell of incense, but hate trying to find something to burn it in, this handy little copper bowl is going to make your life so much easier. It works great whether you are burning powdered or granular incense with charcoal tablets, or cone incense. Simply add a layer of sand to the bottom, for insulation, before using it.
This bowl also works great for holding small sage bundles while they are burning. And when you are finished, it provides a fireproof surface to extinguish them against.
The Pentacle Copper Bowl measures 3" in diameter, and not quite 2" tall.
What else can I use this bowl for? I like to use mine to hold a bed of salt that I can bury my crystals in, when they need to be recharged. I've also used this bowl on my altar to hold scraps of parchment with wishes or intentions written on them. It would work well to hold potpourri as well. These little bowls are so handy. Once you have one, you won't know how you lived without it!
If this bowl is flame-proof, can I leave my burning items unattended? Nope, never. It really doesn't matter what you are burning, or how quickly you expect to return, turning your back on something you are burning is just asking for trouble. Please be smart.