Southeast Asian Style Elephant and Lotus Smoke Backflow Incense Burner

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Exquisite Elephant Details

The elephant's facial features are vividly captured, bringing it to life. Adorned in a luxurious golden attire, the glaze and color detailing are evenly applied, showcasing the finesse in craftsmanship.

Symbolic and Artistic Design

The smoke flows layer upon layer, revealing the lotus amidst the mist, while the cleverly designed incense stick hole adds to its charm. The elephant symbolizes auspiciousness, gratitude, dedication, and success, adding depth to its beauty.

Versatile Incense Options

Designed to accommodate both backflow and stick incense. Watch as the milky-white smoke cascades downwards or let the wisps of stick incense smoke waft gently, creating a mesmerizing experience.

Thoughtful Craftsmanship and Decor

Made with care and precision, this piece is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. The overlapping lotus petals with the enveloping smoke enhance its allure. Perfect as a home ornament, incense burner, tea sea decoration, or even in a study, it elevates the ambiance and speaks of refined taste.


A Backflow Incense Burner is a special type of incense holder designed to accommodate backflow incense cones. When lit, these cones produce smoke that flows downward, creating a captivating waterfall effect.
When a backflow incense cone is lit atop the burner, the cooler, heavier smoke is channeled through a tunnel or tube within the burner. This allows the smoke to flow downward rather than rising, creating a mesmerizing cascading effect.
To achieve the downward flow of smoke, you should use backflow-specific incense cones. Regular incense cones will produce upward-rising smoke and won’t provide the desired waterfall effect.
Regularly clean the tunnel/tube with a thin brush to ensure smooth smoke flow. Wipe the outer surfaces with a damp cloth, and dry thoroughly to prevent any residue build-up.
As with any open flame, you should never leave it unattended. Always ensure the incense has fully extinguished before leaving the area.
Ensure you’re using backflow-specific cones. Additionally, check for obstructions or residue within the tunnel/tube that may disrupt the smoke flow.
While it’s possible to use the burner outdoors, wind can disrupt the waterfall effect. It’s recommended to use in a calm environment for the best visual experience.
Not necessarily. While the downward flow might seem like more smoke, it’s typically the same amount produced by regular incense cones; the direction just differs.


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