BLACKBIRD X LONEWA - Burner + Incense
BLACKBIRD X LONEWA - Burner + Incense

BLACKBIRD X LONEWA - Burner + Incense

FROM BLACKBIRD

We’ve been making incense for two and a half years now and ever since we started we’ve been asked to make an incense burner to compliment our conical incense pyres. With the help of Lonewa, we've created one that we think you are going to love.

FROM LONEWA
“Ever since we created our incense burners, we hoped to one day collaborate with Blackbird. They've completely changed the perception of what incense should be, and their pioneered smells created a need for unique and modern burners to complement their pyers.” - Frank Sampognaro, Lonewa designer + craftsman

ABOUT THE BURNER: The Lonewa Incense Burner No. 2 is a compact iteration of Lonewa's original incense Burner No.1. Continuing the minimal discipline, the burner holds both incense sticks or cones, by simply flipping from one side to the other, and the hexagon shape catches and casts light beautifully on any desk or table.

ABOUT THE INCENSE: Lonewa was a fantastic partner to create an incense for because they had such unique and creative ideas. They sent us bags and bags of different mosses that grow in Louisiana and had us create around these beautifully natural smells.

INCENSE SCENT NOTES: Cedarwood, New Orleans moss, Fig

SET INCLUDES:

  • 1 tin Lonewa incense pyres
  • 1 Incense burner No.2 in Blackbird Black
  • Black burlap storage bag

HOW TO BURN CONE INCENSE

  1. Select a heat resistant burner such as a traditional cone incense burner, stone, seashell, tile or dish. 
  2. Place burner on a stable surface away from flamable objects, children and pets.

  3. Carefully light the tip of the cone and let burn for 10 to 15 seconds until an ember has formed and then blow out.

  4. Allow to smoke until the cone has burned all the way through.

  5. Dispose of ash in water to prevent risk of fire. 

  6. Keep your burner clean by scooping ash or washing away residue. Salt and sand make great bases for your burner.