Create an atmosphere of tranquility in your home with the help of this enormous and magnificent incense burner. Amazing creativity went into making this teepee. Made by hand in the Andalusian desert by eco-conscious locals. The genuine cowhide leather and antique glass beads used in its creation are the work of skilled artisans.
The multipurpose glittering teepee can be used as a terrarium decoration, a lovely gift, a fairy tent, or as a Native American-themed addition to your home's decor. The smoke from the burning incense fills the space, giving the impression that you are sitting next to a cozy fire, even if the teepee's primary function is to house the incense itself.
This Teepee measures : 13 cm = 5 inches in diameter
13 cm = 5 inches the length
The cowhide leather used to make the teepees comes from a family farm in Asturias, Spain.
There are no paints or chemicals used in the making of these teepees.
This hand-burned teepee is unique and original.
The best feature of this beautiful teepee is that it can be engraved with personalized inscriptions. The carving will be entirely hand-painted with non-toxic Turquoise Leather paint of the finest quality. Please get in touch with the artisan if you want anything else unique for you that is hand-burned or hand-carved, or if you want to add a further personalized touch to your teepee.
You may also select the type of buttons for your teepee: turquoise buttons, coyote teeth buttons, or handcrafted antique glass buttons.
Significance of the teepee in Native American culture :
Teepees provide shelter, warmth, and family and community connectedness.
They are still used today for ceremonies and other purposes.
There is a special meaning behind their creation and setup.
For spiritual purposes, the teepee's entrance faces the east and the back faces the west.
One handcrafted Teepee burner
Three relaxing incense cones
Natural healing gypsum crystal
Free turquoise color ceramic pendant with a native American symbol as part of the packaging
Free Gift Packaging
Though the artist is not Native American herself, she adores Native American culture, art, and craft. And that love is quite apparent in her creations - teepees and jewelry.