Emily Only : Oil Burner


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A small handmade textured stoneware two piece oil burner.

This adorable oil burner has been lovingly handmade on the pottery wheel in Emily’s little home studio in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs. After being formed on the wheel, the oil burner is trimmed, fired, glazed and fired again to produce this gorgeous finished vessel. The main body and dish are made separately and both glazed in a matte white glaze. The the neutral colour palette of the burner will suit just about any room’s aesthetic. This oil burner is fully sealed and can be used as a functional or ornamental piece.

Every piece made by Emily is unique with its little quirks and imperfections. No two items will be the same.




  • Textured stoneware clay
  • Glaze
Approximate Measurements
  • Main Body: W x 7cm H x 6cm D x 7cm
  • Oil Dish: W x 7cm H x 2.5cm D x 7cm
To Use

Place a tea candle into the main vessel and place the dish on top. Add a few drops of your favourite essential oil water or alternatively pop a wax melt into the dish. Light the tea light and wait for the aroma to fill your room.

Emily Only

Emily Brookfield is a budding ceramic artist based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. While she has only been practicing as a potter and ceramicist for a short time, she takes inspiration from her creative background in illustration, styling and visual merchandising and draws from techniques learned in each creative channel to hone her practice. Emily discovered she absolutely loves working on the wheel from the very first class she took at Sajo Ceramics. For her, it is a great escape from the stresses of every-day life. She can put her head down and make for a few hours and reset. Emily loves it so much that she quit her full-time job to pursue a career in ceramics and from there, EmilyOnly was born. Not only does Emily play with clay, she also dabbles in making cold process soaps. like so many others, she is always conscious about what she puts on her skin and the impact it has on the environment. So she has thrown herself into the art of soap making and makes a range of small batch, vegan friendly, cruelty free and ethically sourced soaps and salt soaks. When she’s not in the Sajo Ceramics studio, you’ll be able to find her in her little home studio in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs covered in clay!