A White Owl Oil Burner for use with burning wax melts, or when using essential oils (when dropped onto water inside the bowl) and ideal for Owl lovers! This would make a lovely ornament in any room, as a centerpiece or on the mantelpiece.
This oil burner has a smaller 'bowl' within it compared to some of our other oil burners that we stock. It would be best used with essential oils or small wax melts.
Using Essential Oils
To use essential oils with your burner, you would usually place some water in the top bowl, then light a tea-light candle beneath and tip a few drops of your chosen essential oil into the water in the bowl. As the water slowly heats, the fragrance from the oil will gently release into the room. Please note - You should never put essential oils directly into the bowl without water as this will cause overheating and can burn the oils.
Be cautious when lighting a candle in the burner, or when placing a lit tea-light inside. Use a mixture of oil and water if burning essential oils, set the burner on a heat resistant surface. Once lit, do not leave unattended and do not move whilst alight. Never allow the oils or melts to boil dry, and the burner may get hot during use, so allow to cool for several minutes before touching. Keep out of the reach of children.
Size of Oil Burner
Diameter of inner bowl at the widest point is approximately 5.5cm (2.5"), width of the oil burner itself at the widest point (at the wings) is roughly 9cm (3.5") and the height of burner is 10.5cm (4.5").
More About the Symbol of the Owl
In Native American culture, owls are associated with magic, clairvoyance and astral travel. Owls are birds of the night - they have the power to see the unseen in the blackest of darkness, to hunt for food and fly silently through the night. Owls have often been associated with magic, witches and sorcerers and in some cultures the owl is a symbol of wisdom and all-seeing knowledge. The Greek goddess Athena was often pictured with an owl on her shoulder who had the power to reveal hidden secrets.
Owl energy helps you to connect with your inner wisdom and intuition. It can aid with clairvoyance and the ability to see through deception to the truth of a situation. To have an owl symbol can aid in the intention to increase your wisdom or intuitive skills. Some activities that can help support this connection include dreams and meditation.
More About the Symbolism of the Colour White
White is a colour most often associated with purity, cleanliness, innocence and peace.
In meditation and healing sessions it’s common for people to visualise a pure, white light surrounding them, with the white light washing away impurities and bringing a new sense of life, calmness and vitality. In healing, it’s also often used as a colour for protection, for cleansing emotional shock and bringing comfort and peace.
Wearing the colour white, or crystals which are white, such as opal, clear crystal quartz, white moonstone, opalite or white topaz, can reinforce your desire for purity, calmness and cleansing. Many people also choose to use white in interior decoration for similar reasons.
In the Western World, a bride’s gown is traditionally made of white material, said to represent chastity and virginity. This custom of wearing white is believed to have originated from Ancient Greece, where the temples were made of white marble and dedicated to the goddess Athena.
White is also the colour of the moon and of doves, and has a strong association with peace. At the other end of the spectrum it can mean surrender too, as a white flag is flown during conflict or war to show a person or side has surrendered.
In some cultures, white animals are considered sacred, like the white buffalo in Native American cultures. For Asian cultures, white is the sign of mourning – they wear white to funerals, instead of black.
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