Copper Butter Lamp

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  • Light is an important part of any Tibetan altar.
  • In Buddhist practices, each lamp offering celebrates the Buddha's enlightenment and thus is associated with great good fortune. 
  • Traditionally the lamp is filled with oil or butter and a wick (or several wicks) and would be kept burning all day. 

For safety and convenience, DharmaShop founder, Sander Cohen often likes to use a tea light in his butter lamp.  The metal of the lamp adds a soft glow to your altar.  This copper butter lamp is handcrafted in Nepal in the traditional manner.

Measures approximately 3.5 inches tall.

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    Elit R.
    United States
    Distinctive light source

    The copper butter lamp is perfect for travel -- small and very attractive, convenient to carry in the protective cardboard box in which it was safely sent to me.

    Dharma Shop

    Elit, thank you for your feedback! We're so excited to hear that you're loving your lamp and if you ever take any cool pictures of it please never hesitate to post them to our Facebook wall or tag us on Instagram (@thedharmashop). We appreciate you taking the time to write a review and thank you for supporting Himalayan artisans!

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