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Pottery - Smudging bowls

Smudging is the process of using the smoke from incense or burning herbs to cleanse a space or person. Herbs, such a Sage, can be tightly bound together to form a smudge stick and then lit. The flame goes out quickly and then smoke billows up from the burning herbs. The stick is held over a bowl to catch any ash or sparks and the smoke can be carefully blown around the area.

The smudging bowls on this page are also suitable for use as tealight holders and holders for incense cones. The larger, deeper sided bowls can also be used for burning loose herbs and loose incense on a charcoal block.

Postage and packing

Postage and packing costs for items on this page (unless otherwise stated) are:

Within UK - 6.00 (recorded delivery)
Outside UK
- 8.00 airmail outside UK (plus one amount of 5 per package for insurance and tracking)

We're happy to send several items in one package to reduce postage costs as much as possible. Please email if you'd like a quote for combined postage.

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Small smudging dish

Small smudging dish

This smaller smudging dish is also suitable for use as a tealight holder or incense cone holder.

Size: 4.25 inches/11 cm diameter
1.5 inches/3 cm deep

Item no: P023


The finished items sometimes have minor flaws, such as small hairline cracks, and colour mottling - this is perfectly normal and is due to the ancient techniques used in crafting. This is all part of the character of the item and doesn't effect the use in any way.


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