The ceramic chamber is handmade and hand-painted in a traditional blue porcelain finish that showcases traditional Chinese craftsmanship and style, keeping in tune with YEENJOY STUDIO’s aesthetic. It features a chunky base with four holes equally spaced around the circle for the incense stick to be plugged in to, and showcases six mushrooms of varying sizes on top.
These mushrooms are the main source of smoke escape, allowing incense to permeate your room. All of the holes are underneath the caps of the mushrooms which will ensure a forest-like mist coming out from the chamber.
FELT’s branding is engraved into the cap of one mushroom, and each of the 100 pieces available are signed and numbered. Take a closer look at the FELT x YEENJOY STUDIO “Kinoko” Mushroom Incense Chamber in the gallery above, and pick up one now while stocks last on FELT’s website for $500 USD.
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Our “Kinoko” incense chambers will be available tomorrow May 28th at 5pm est. Limited to only 100 pieces, each one hand made and painted by @yeenjoy’s porcelain studio ??? By far one of our favorite things we’ve worked on over at Felt, glad we got a chance to put this product out. #foreverylivingthing
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