Material: Cu [copper], Wood
Origin: Japan, 1920’s
Utensils for handling charcoal resting on nine-year aged Moroccan orris root.
Traditionally used to handle hot charcoal during tea ceremonies, these antique Japanese chopsticks are hand carved from Mulberry wood that tapers to ends of copper alloy, a style associated with wintertime ceremonies.
These utensils are ideal for handling charcoal to be crowned with raw incense. They are a one of a kind antique from 1920s Japan, discovered by Bio Alchemy Olfactive.
9.7” L 48g
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