Kiva with 20 ct. Pinon cone natural wood incense
The Kiva was a round ceremonial space built by Puebloan peoples from the 8th to 12th centuries.
These ancient creations can still be visited in places like Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon.
Modern Kivas have some of the same features but tend to be square. This Kiva is a replication of a Kiva used in the katchina belief system.
This beautiful, hand made set includes:
- One clay fired (1) Kiva
- Twenty (20) count box of Piñon Incense, each ~2.5oz / 69 grams
- Ready to ship in one (1) business day
- Arrives in 2-3 business days via Priority Mail (US)
Directions: The Brick is best lit when treated like a miniature piece of firewood.
First remove an incense brick from the bag and hold the tip over a continuous flame (e.g. lighter).
Occasionally blow/fan on it until you achieve a nice glowing ember
Place the smoking brick upright and enjoy your Southwest Pinon aroma!
Caution: Keep out of reach of children and away from flammable materials. Never leave incense unattended and make sure ashes fall on fireproof surface. Remove holder from box before using. Not for human consumption. Non toxic.