Soapstone Pentagram Oil Burner
The Witches Sage

Soapstone Pentagram Oil Burner

Regular price $5.45
Carved of soapstone with great care, this 4 inch tall carved soapstone base, with a soapstone bowl on top. The carving will allow the light from the candle to shine through.

The pentacle is a symbol of protection. Most religions on Earth attributes special powers to number 5, which represents the human body; 5 senses, 5 elements, 5 pillars etc. There are also 5 virtues; Love, Wisdom, Truth, Kindness, Justice. It is in the efforts that we make to manifest these 5 virtues that the Divine protection usually attributed to the pentacle becomes effective.

Each burner is hand carved, painted and polished from soapstone. Burners come with glass oil bowls which can be removed for quick and easy cleaning.  Soapstone is a natural heat resistant material that warms quickly and evenly. These lovely hand crafted soapstone are for use with small tea light candles.

To use a candle diffuser, place the diffuser on a safe platform that can tolerate heat, away from anything flammable. Fill the bowl (reservoir) with water to the top. Add a few drops of your favorite, pure essential oil or a blend of pure essential oils. Place the tea light inside the diffuser or on the lower platform and light the candle.

Minor color and design variations are possible in hand crafted and natural stone products.

If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected.

You will need to add more water to last the life of the tea light candle. This diffuser is perfect for short but powerful bursts of aromatically infused scent in a room where the diffuser will be supervised.

TIP: Instead of filling the reservoir with water, use beeswax or leftover pieces of natural, unscented candle wax. The wax lasts a very long time (days/weeks) and you don't have to worry about water evaporating too fast.

Caution! The whole diffuser gets HOT when in use and may take a little while to cool down. Do not move a lit candle diffuser.

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