Casa de Adobe Incense burner w/Pinon Incense
From Incienso De Santa Fe:
Makers of Fine Natural Wood Incense
Many migratory Native American tribes used these simple portable dwellings as they crossed the plains and deserts from Mexico to the Great Plains and Canada. Forerunners of today's camping tent, teepees were made of animal skins on a wooden frame. This incense burner, based on a traditional teepee design, makes a wonderful accent that will bring a little of the Southwest to your home. Perfect for Incienso de Santa Fe incense or any incense cones.
Incienso de Santa Fe, a family-owned and operated business since 1963, makes incense that is unique to the Southwestern United States. The native woods they use create fragrances you will find nowhere else but in the West. Many people find that this incense makes them remember all kinds of wonderful things...the perfume of the painted desert, a crackling campfire on a high mountain trail, the morning mist settling in a Zuni village. If you have not tried these fragrances before, we know you will find them very special.