Buddhism
Buddhist offering bowl.

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Buddhism
Buddhist offering bowl.

$19,03$143,01

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Offering bowl for Buddhist altar.

These beautiful Tibetan bowls are part of the preparation of the offering rite.

They are intended to be placed on the altar to receive your offerings. Ideally there should be 7 of them.

You can use this bowl as a centerpiece and mix it with other containers or use the set of 7 bowls offered in variants.

  1. A bowl for drinking water.
  2. A bowl for the water used to wash the feet.
  3. A bowl filled with rice on which we will put a flower preferably yellow or saffron storm.
  4. A bowl filled with sand or earth in which 3 incenses will be lit.
  5. A bowl to be used as a yak butter or oil lamp.
  6. A bowl for scented water with essential oils and or some flower petals.
  7. A bowl for the food that will be placed on a bed of rice.

Buddhist ceremonial offering bowl in carved bronze.

These bowls are thick and massive. They are molded and then the engraving is finished by hand. They are real jewels of Tibetan craftsmanship.

Made of high quality bronze with finesse and attention to detail these Buddhist ceremonial bowls will find their place on your altar.

As beautiful as these bowls are, the purity of the soul that guides the hand is important. Offerings to Buddha should be made with the heart and the desire to give and receive.

Description:

  • Tibetan Buddhist offering ritual cup.
  • Diameter : 6,8 cm.
  • Height : 3,9 cm
  • Weight: 85 grams.

Use a soft cloth or napkin for cleaning and drying. The bowls are decorative and are not suitable for human use.

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$19,03$143,01

In stock.

set of 7 Buddhist offering bowls | oko
Buddhism
Buddhist offering bowl.

🔒Paiement sécurisé🔒

Offering bowl for Buddhist altar.

These beautiful Tibetan bowls are part of the preparation of the offering rite.

They are intended to be placed on the altar to receive your offerings. Ideally there should be 7 of them.

You can use this bowl as a centerpiece and mix it with other containers or use the set of 7 bowls offered in variants.

  1. A bowl for drinking water.
  2. A bowl for the water used to wash the feet.
  3. A bowl filled with rice on which we will put a flower preferably yellow or saffron storm.
  4. A bowl filled with sand or earth in which 3 incenses will be lit.
  5. A bowl to be used as a yak butter or oil lamp.
  6. A bowl for scented water with essential oils and or some flower petals.
  7. A bowl for the food that will be placed on a bed of rice.

Buddhist ceremonial offering bowl in carved bronze.

These bowls are thick and massive. They are molded and then the engraving is finished by hand. They are real jewels of Tibetan craftsmanship.

Made of high quality bronze with finesse and attention to detail these Buddhist ceremonial bowls will find their place on your altar.

As beautiful as these bowls are, the purity of the soul that guides the hand is important. Offerings to Buddha should be made with the heart and the desire to give and receive.

Description:

  • Tibetan Buddhist offering ritual cup.
  • Diameter : 6,8 cm.
  • Height : 3,9 cm
  • Weight: 85 grams.

Use a soft cloth or napkin for cleaning and drying. The bowls are decorative and are not suitable for human use.

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