Clay Smudge Pots

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$30.00

A handcrafted clay bowl available in 2 sizes. 

  • Small – the small bowl is 11cm across the rim and 8cm in height. 
  • Large – the large bowl has a smaller receptacle to enable a dried herb bundle to stand upright, it is 13cm across the rim and 10cm in height.

You can use the Smudge Bowl for smouldering your dried herb bundles.  Ensure to place the bowl on a surface that won’t be damaged by heat.

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