Delving Into Variety: Different Types of Incense Holders

Delving Into Variety Different Types of Incense Holders

If you are thinking of buying an incense burner, there are many different types to choose from. Depending on what type of incense you use, the right holder will make your experience with it even more enjoyable.

Burning incense can help reduce stress and tension. It can also be used to enhance meditation and relaxation.


This wooden incense holder is meticulously carved to form the design of flowers. It has a wide design to catch the ashes of the incense sticks that are burnt inside.

It can be used as a decorative item in any home or office to add a unique and stylish touch. Besides, it has several benefits including calming the mind, aiding in meditation and relaxing muscles. It also helps relieve stress and tension and provides relief from insomnia, as well as stimulates creativity and increases motivation.

It’s easy to make one using a piece of wood that you already have in your home. You can simply use a nail to poke a hole in the wood, then place an incense stick inside and light it. The scent will fill the room, creating a soothing and pleasant atmosphere. The incense is said to help clear the air of toxins and pollutants, so you can feel safe and relax in your personal space.


Metal incense holders are very similar to wooden ones, but they have a more traditional and regal feel. They are also usually heavier and tend to heat up faster than wood burners.

You can use a metal incense holder to burn any kind of stick or cone incense. They come with a lid to catch the ashes and are available in many different carving patterns. This makes them a great decoration for a tea room or home. They can help you relax, reduce stress and sleep better. They can also increase concentration and motivation.

A hanging incense holder, which is also known as a censer, is typically used in religious ceremonies. It can be a great decoration for a temple or church, and it comes in many different designs. Some of them even project backflow incense smoke like waterfalls, which adds to the aesthetic. They are also very durable and easy to clean. This makes them a great choice for people who want to use incense for meditation or for a peaceful atmosphere.


Many ceramic incense holders are designed to hold a single stick of incense. They may have a drilled hole for the incense or a raised base to help it stand up. They typically need to be used in conjunction with a companion ash tray or plate to catch the hot, burnt ashes as they fall. These trays prevent ash from discoloring any surface it comes in contact with and also remove the danger of accidentally knocking over the burning incense.

This beautiful blue and white ceramic incense holder is hand sculpted by a local ceramic artist. It features a unique, organic round shape and a soft texture. Please note, due to the handmade nature of this product, dimensional shape inconsistencies are expected and are not considered defects.

This hypnotic burner creates a waterfall effect as it burns the incense sticks. The incense is sourced by Temple Copal, which sources 100 percent white copal harvested through wild harvesting to avoid deforestation and promote healing.


Burning aromatic incense is an important part of spiritual and religious rituals. Incense comes in various forms; most people are familiar with Indian agarbatti sticks and small cones, but even raw plant material such as palo santo wood chips or sweetgrass can be considered incense. To burn it, one generally uses a censer.

The design of censers varies widely; they can range from simple earthenware bowls to elaborately designed porcelain, bronze, and gold vessels. Often, they have openwork designs so the scented smoke can flow through.

Boost your relaxation and meditation sessions with this elegant glass incense holder. It perfectly suspends stick incense and looks like a groovy sculpture in its own right. Hand-blown from recycled glass by La Soufflerie, a family-owned Parisian non-profit glass blowing organization. Due to the handmade process, each piece may have minor variations in size and shape.