South American Dwelling Incense Burner
Many migratory Native American tribes used teepees as a simple portable dwelling 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.
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.
The log cabin is a sturdy structure taht stays warm in the chilling northern winters.
These incense burners comes with 20 bricks of Pinon natural wood incense, which makes a lovely fragrance unique to the southwest.