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Fragrant burner collection

At present, the collection of aromatherapy furnaces in the society is mainly based on practicality, basically for the hand stove of incense and the confession of the Buddha. The vast majority of “there are furnaces”, not much to clear the cultural connotation of the aromatherapy furnace -tea stoves on tea tables, text furnaces on the book case, piano stoves on the piano table, and so on. Many “lovers” of incense culture focus on the taste and insights of the spices and health, which ignores the nature and characteristics of those incense, so that the case and the table of sacrifice on the table.


The production of contemporary aromatherapy furnaces is divided into two categories. One is the traditional aromatherapy furnace. It is mainly based on porcelain and copper imitation and clear aromatherapy furnaces. The other type is an innovative aromatherapy furnace. It extracts artistic elements from the shape and decoration of ancient aromatherapy furnaces, and produces novel -style aromatherapy furnaces, mainly porcelain.


There is a essential difference between modern incense furnace and ancient fragrant furnace: ancient people made furnaces and furnaces mainly to smell the smell of agarwood according to the incense cultural ceremony. The value of ancient incense furnaces is manifested at the spiritual level of etiquette, religion, nourishing heart, etc., and the value of modern fragrant furnaces is often expressed at the level of incense incense incense. The ancient incense furnace is based on the spiritual connotation requirements of incense culture; the current incense furnace is based on the commercial hype of buying and selling agarwood. Obviously, the nature and function of modern incense furnaces are alienated. Looking at the things that the so -called incense of the incense furnace of the incense furnace, which the so -called incense of the “fragrant culture”, knows the distortion of the development of the incense furnace and even the development of fragrant culture.

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