Country Hearth Incense Burner, is another traditional fireplace. We have added a cute puppy with a red bow. Wood plank floor and a brick firebox. Logs are included. This burner comes with a bag of our Pinon incense.
The Spanish first built churches in this unique style in the 16th Century throughout Mexico and what is now the American Southwest. The few that remain remind us of when the mission-style churches were the center of every village's commercial, educational, and social life. Along with the Iglesia burner you get a full box of Incienso de Santa Fe's Piñon incense! Learn More
These mud brick ovens have been used for centuries in the pueblos (Native American villages) of the Southwest. Aromatic wood fires still perfume Zuni, Ute, Navajo and Hopi communities today.
The Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest built these community meeting places for traditional ceremonial gatherings. Traditionally, they are adorned with elaborate wood carvings and beautiful totems.
Country Hearth Holiday Incense Burner, is the American traditional fireplace from Europe. We have added a cute puppy with a red bow and decorated the mantel in the mood and trimmings of the season. This burner comes with a bag of our Pinon incense. Learn More
The Chimenea is a round outdoor fireplace once found in many Native American villages and haciendas in the Southwest. We decorate ours with the traditional designs of high desert wildflowers. Our Chimenea incense burner is packaged with one box Piñon Incense. Learn More
Many migratory Native American tribes used these simple portable dwellings as they crossed the plains and deserts from Mexico to the Great Plains and Canada. Forerunners of today's camping tent, teepees were made of animal skins on a wooden frame.
Kivas are underground pits lined with adobes and covered with wooden poles and thatching. There primary use is for spiritual enrichment and religious purposes in many Native American Indian Pueblos. Learn More
In the treeless Southwest, many dwellings are still made from bricks of adobe, a mixture of mud and straw. The thick walls provide comfort in the freezing cold or baking sun. Many adobe structures have lasted hundreds of years. Learn More
Railroads linking the primitive American West with the industrialized East helped make America's "manifest destiny" to link the Atlantic and Pacific a reality. Steam locomotives carried settlers, news, goods and progress to Western outposts, but helped end a way of life for many Native Americans. This new design in coal black is more compact, better detailed, and is packaged with a bag of our fantastic Pinon incense. The new track base holds the cone while the fragrant Pinon smoke is pouring out of the chimney. You can also place the extra incense in the back of the cab for storage, completing the look of the train. Learn More
Great adobe fireplaces have been built into the corners of traditional Southwestern homes for centuries. Besides warmth during the winter, fireplaces are a place for cooking and gathering. Can you hear the crackle and smell the perfume of the burning logs? Etched Kokopelli design frame the fireplace opening. Along with the Southwestern Corner Fireplace burner you get a full box of Pinon Incense.
Unique White Southwest Corner Fireplace, with a box of the natural wood Piñon Incense. Etched and hand painted Kokopelli design frames the fireplace opening. Along with the Southwestern Corner Fireplace burner you get a full box of Incienso De Santa Fe’s Piñon Incense. Learn More