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Mars and Moi

Ivory incense holder with naked women

Regular price
$27.00 CAD
Regular price
$15.00 CAD
Sale price
$27.00 CAD

Incense holder with drawings of bare-breasted women.


This small incense holder is perfect for enhancing your decor and adding a touch of color. Use it for stick incense or sage. Can also be used as an ashtray.


⇢ Maintenance

Pass under a stream of lukewarm water and gently wipe with a cloth. Allow drying before reuse.



This terracotta incense holder is hand-painted. A clear coat is added to it to seal in the colors and prevent wear. Each incense holder is unique since they are individually drawn. You will therefore have a unique pot and a little different from the others.

✿ Light weight
✿ Acrylic paint and transparent sealant
✿ Terracotta
✿ Size: 1 x 4.5 inches/ 2.54 x 11.43 cm



✿ Note that if you buy different category items, they will be sent separately. For example, a sweater will be sent separately from your mug or wall art. Shipping times will also be different. You will therefore receive your items one at a time.

✿ The colors perceived on the screen are always a little different than the colors of the physical image.
Hanging hardware not included

✿ Message me if you have a specific question.


Martian weirdo meets witch next door                     

Our Mission

Mars and Moi aims to be more than just a lifestyle shop for unique women who find their happy place in kitschy stuff. Moreover, we are focused on pouring creative energies into creating an all-around awesome universe of items that tell a story, the story of femininity and desire for playfulness.


The creator

Emie is a visual artist and business owner from based in Montreal, Canada. Her love for color and exploration has lead her to open a wall art shop. Her story with drawing began as a child where she'd be inspired by fashion magazines and TV shows with a whimsical or fantastic aspect. Her mom also contributed in growing her creative world by telling tales of warewolves and Voodoo priests from her native country, Haiti.

''Something I love about art is, there is no right or wrong answer. It's always a matter of perception. If you connect with this feminine world of Mars and Moi, it might be because of how the women protrayed seem very shameless, maybe it's because of the uplifting colors, or maybe just because of the story in the composition''.