Elemense Pottery Stone Diffusers
Made by Shigaraki potters, Elemense’s Pottery Stone Diffusers bear the appearance of river stones, but possess the porous quality of ceramics, absorbing and gradually radiating diffuser oil for a long-lasting scent. Collect all three shapes—Round, Angular and Elongated—for an organic assortment of complementary forms.
The Pottery Stone Diffusers are designed to be used with Elemense Diffuser Oil. Other diffuser oils may leave an oily residue on the stone's surface or discolor it permanently.
No. 1 Round – 3" x 2.5" x 1.3”
No. 2 Angular – 3.25" x 2.6" x 1.25”
No. 3 Elongated – 3.5” x 2.25" x 1.1”
The Pottery Stone Diffusers are designed by Taku Shinomoto, Tortoise General Store’s co-owner. Shinomoto lives in Venice, California, having moved to the United States from Tokyo, where he worked as a furniture designer for Idee. Since then he has designed Hasami Porcelain, a brass line called S/N, as well as other products in Japan. He continues to design furniture in Los Angeles.
The Elemense is an incense line created by Nippon Kodo, Japan's oldest incense company known as the original incense makers for the Emperor of Japan.
Shigaraki potters make the Pottery Stone Diffusers. Shigaraki is one of the six ancient kilns of Japan still used today.
Available in three distinct shapes: No. 1 Round, No. 2 Angular or No. 3 Elongated. In terms of tonality, no two Pottery Stone Diffusers are exactly alike, varying in color from a light gray to gray.
Apply a few drops of one of Elemense Diffuser Oils to enjoy a long-lasting scent. The Elemense Diffuser Oil line is designed to be used with the Pottery Stone Diffuser. Other brands of diffuser oils will leave an oily residue on its surface. Like other pottery, the Pottery Stone Diffuser can break or chip if dropped. Note that the stones may scratch some surfaces. Like other pottery, these diffuser stones can break or chip if dropped. Note that the stones may scratch some surfaces.