KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Side (Concrete / White-Oak wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Trio (Above)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Front (Concrete / Walnut wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Front (Concrete / Ebonized-Oak wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Side (Concrete / Walnut wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Back (Concrete / Walnut wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Front (Concrete / White-Oak wood)
KOMOLAB Elysian Incense Burner Back (Concrete / White-Oak wood)

Elysian Incense Burner

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Wood and concrete beautifully compliment each other in the Elysian Incense Burner by Komolab. The base is hand-carved from high-quality hardwood and serves to catch the falling ashes. The incense stick sits gracefully over this wood bed from the smooth concrete sphere.

Its minimal look paired with the smell of incense burning will create a tasteful, calming atmosphere in any home.

Each concrete piece is unique; bubbles, small imperfections, and slight variations in color are part of the piece’s singularity and character. Concrete is a live material. Your piece will age and change over time with exposure to air and with wear, just as concrete does in monuments and buildings. Learn more.

Product ships from Atlanta, Georgia. Multiple shipping options are available. Costs and times are calculated at checkout. 30 Day Returns. Learn more.

Pre-order products are expected to ship within: 2-4 weeks.

Country of Origin: USA

Materials: Concrete/Ebonized-Oak Wood, Concrete/White-Oak Wood, Concrete/Walnut Wood

Dimensions: 51mm x 51mm x 305mm

Handmade in Louisiana, USA


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Komolab is a boutique design and fabrication studio based out of Louisiana, USA focused on crafting unique pieces of functional beauty.

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Each piece from Komolab is made with the closest attention to quality and detail.

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"Design is like an ongoing experiment. It’s never really finished. And what you’re really doing is trying to create an emotional connection with people through the way that inanimate materials are shaped and fitted together." 

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