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Nelumbo Terrarium Backflow Incense Burner

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Nelumbo | 松锥

This collection of modern incense burners (or incense holders) is inspired by the terrarium. A glass cylinder encloses each piece, allowing the backflow incense plume to descend onto the concrete formation beneath, uninterrupted by air.

Nelumbo is the name of the plant genus that includes the Indian Lotus and its many variations, the inspiration for the design. This incense burner takes the form of a faceted geometric cone – an abstracted hybrid between a lotus bud and a pine cone. As the smoke plume descends from the backflow cone, it breaks into a multitude of tiny streams, winding around each of the cone’s geometric petals.

Size:

12.5 (H) x 9 (Diameter) cm |

4.9 (H) x 3.5 (Diameter) inches

Color: slate grey

Material: concrete, borosilicate glass, aluminum

Package includes: incense holder/burner, borosilicate glass cylinder, aluminum top plate, some backflow incense, black silicone mat

As our concrete products are individually hand-made, each one will be different. Characteristics such as air bubbles, slight unevenness, minor scratches or bumps were all incurred in the production process and are unavoidable due to the nature of concrete. These are not considered defects unless they affect the functioning of the product.

We recommend gently wiping with a damp cloth shortly after use. Do not rinse directly under water. Metal parts will be very hot during and immediately after burning, care should be taken to avoid injury.

Avoid contact with oily or colored substances as these will stain the concrete.

Place this product on silicone mat while burning to avoid smoke damaging standing surface.

NELUMBO TERRARIUM
BACKFLOW INCENSE BURNER

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Inspired by the richness of traditional Chinese culture

Kin draws its inspirations from thousands of years of Chinese history.

Fragrances, or incense, known as 香 (xiang) in Chinese, was treasured in ancient China and first used in the royal palace. The first Chinesebook of fragrances was written as far back as the 5th century.

Re-interpreted with a unique, modern aesthetic

Kin objects showcase minimal designs with clean lines.

Bill Yen, the award-winning architect and designer behind Kin, brings over 15 years of experience. Kin objects are developed from scratch in our Shanghai studio, and are painstakingly designed, re-designed, prototyped and re-prototyped .

A beautiful balance:
Acceptance, Calmness
and Belonging

The result are objects that capture the balance of traditional Chinese culture with a modern lifestyle in its most beautiful form.

Kin creates objects for our homes that embrace seemingly contradictory influences in our lives; objects that ground us, accept us, bring us a sense of calm, and give us a sense of belonging.

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