Incense Holder



Originating from Chulucanas, a city in northern Peru celebrated for its exceptional pottery, this incense holder is an exquisitely crafted and uniquely designed masterpiece.

  • Handmade by skilled artisans, this stunning incense holder offers an authentic and meaningful experience. It includes a cotton drawstring bag for safe storage and is available in a variety of vibrant colors.


  • Luna Sundara collaborates closely with Peruvian artisans to create unique pottery pieces in diverse styles. We believe in empowering local artisans to bring positive change to their communities, creating a ripple effect that can impact the world. Join us in spreading the word and helping to forge a brighter future for these talented craftsmen and women.

Experience the artistry and heritage of Chulucanas with this beautiful handmade incense holder, and support the local Peruvian artisans who pour their hearts into every piece.


4.5in x 4.5in. x 2in.


Chulucanas ceramics are delicate. The design is applied through a smoking process and can easily be damaged. Wipe down with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use any abrasive materials for cleaning. The ceramics are not dishwasher safe.

Mr. Luis Humberto Sandoval

Artisan Profile

Luna Sundara has been working closely with Mr. Luis Humberto Sandoval and artisans from Chulucanas, Peru to create beautiful pieces of pottery in various styles. This method of creating pottery has been used by the people of Chulucanas for generations. It is a beautiful process that we hope to support by finding new styles that have practical uses. We currently are creating pieces that can be used as palo santo holders, incense holders and more.

When large orders are placed, the artisans work together in a community. They empower each other and work together to improve the economy in their town. Please help us spread the word and create a better future for these talented artists.

preserving traditions

Chulucanas, Peru

In this small town in northern Peru, skilled artisans like Mr. Sandoval are keeping alive a traditional ceramic making process that has been native to this area for generations.

chulucanas, peru