This exquisite incense burner is made of Purple clay or Zisha, a fine-textured and porous material found only in Yixing, China, giving rise to it being also known as Yixing clay. It features the celestial Pi Yao resting on the lid of an intricately decorated incense pot.
The incense burner is used to burn incense, a ritual that has been practiced throughout history as one of the most popular methods to symbolically bless, clean, enhance and purify the atmosphere or Ch’i in a living or workspace. The aromatic smoke of the incense will enliven stale energy, create a sense of tranquility and produce Seng Ch’i, the intrinsic energy which brings good fortune. This burner can be used to hold both cones and standard incense sticks.
The Pi Yao or Pi Xiu carved with intricate details from purple clay sand which gives it an antiquated look is depicted in a crouching position, looking obediently up at its owner for instructions. Meanwhile, Zisha Clay is a lovely unique clay well known for making prized teapots. Its beauty and excellent balance between flexibility and firmness make it an excellent choice for crafting into attractive shapes and designs. The mythical the Pi Yao is one of the most powerful Feng Shui wealth energizer due to its voracious appetite for wealth which only goes in but never come out of its body. Believed to be the pet of the Tai Sui, it is thus the perfect cure to avoid the wrath of the Grand Duke of the Year (Tai Sui) and to ward off unfavorable Feng Shui due to having offended the Tai Sui inadvertently
Display the Zisha Clay Winged Feng Shui Pi Yao for protection against the wrath of hostile energies and at the same time to attract wealth luck and success. Besides benefitting from the energy of the Pi Xiu, incense burning is an effective way to energize your space and enhance good fortune, generally bring more opportunity to every aspect of your life.