A sandalwood-based incense burning device for indoor use.
Sandalwood is a popular incense wood that has been used in Asian cultures for centuries, but has only recently become popular in Europe.
A device similar to the Swing Incensed Incense burner is made by a small, small manufacturer in Taiwan.
It features a base and a bowl that is filled with a mix of sandalwoods, with a lid that is opened to allow the wood to be burned.
This device is designed to burn wood and herbs that are considered sacred, such as incense and incense wicks.
It uses a single burner with a small bowl for the incense, and a smaller bowl for a water-based wick.
The burner is designed so that it will burn wood that is not too heavy to move around.
You will need a nonstick pan or pot, and the burner can be set up in a way that it won’t damage the wick and wicks, so you won’t have to clean it.
The stove has a removable lid that allows you to add water to it, which you can do by placing the wicks on a metal tray that is covered with a towel.
You can use the burner as a water heater, too, so long as the wicking is not so hot that it burns the wool directly, and you do not leave the burner unattended while the water is heating the wickers.
It is made of nonstick plastic, and it is designed for a distance of at least 2 meters.
If you buy this stove, you should get the wood wick instead of the wicker, because you can use it to clean the woks or pans.
The incense is not heated, and will burn without being used.
It burns the wood, and then the wICK is ignited and it starts to burn.
It takes a while to burn, so it is not recommended for people who are not experienced with incense.
It has been around for centuries and has been a popular wood burning device in Asia for hundreds of years.
But it is time for us to get rid of it.
It’s been around, but we can’t put a price on it.
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