Wolf Incense Cone Holder by Lisa Parker
A beautiful detailed wolf which is a real point of attention in the house. It also functions as a holder for an incense cone. When it is lit, the smoke from the cone runs out of the wolf's mouth. This creates a beautiful appearance and brings the fantasy to life.
Lisa Parker's artworks are now traveling the world. This British artist has been drawing all her life and has thus discovered her passion for painting nature and fantasy. Her paintings and designs always tell an almost magical story. All of the works are painted by hand and completely unique. That goes for this wolf too.
Light incense cone
Lighting an incense cone can be compared to lighting a stick. But with these special cone burners, that means something else. Normally you can put it on a plate and it is good-to-go. With this wolf you first remove the wolf from the pedestal. Here you see an open space where you can place the cone. Also look carefully at the opening at the bottom of the wolf, so that the cone does not come across anything when setting it up. Light the cone and let it burn for a while. Blow it out afterwards, it should glow now. When you place the wolf on top, you will see the beautiful image of the wolf "blowing out" smoke after a few seconds.
Totally trendy among the indoor accessories: incense smoke that flows back, like a waterfall. The smoke does not float upwards but instead flows down. For this magical effect, you need a special incense holder.
This special backflow incense can also be found here
For best effects burn indoors in an area away from any sudden air movements. Please note that after burning it is normal for a light oily residue to appear on the oil burner, for this reason we recommend protecting any furniture it is placed upon suitably. The residue can be easily wiped off the burner with a damp cloth. Please exercise caution when burning incense. Only backflow incense cones should be used with this product – standard incense cones will not create the desired effect. It is normal for cones to take up to 10 minutes after being lit to start creating the smoking/mist effect. We supply a selection of backflow incense cones in a variety of scents.