Leonardo Lacquered Butsudan
Buddhist altar for Gohonzon with built-in light
Leonardo is a two-door butsudan design. Suitable for a modern environment.
It is made of MDF, a compact material made without the use of any toxic resins. The painting cycle consists of a base and finish in glossy polyurethane with a textured base. All the paints are provided with their own toxicity data sheet in accordance with the regulations and do not release toxic vapors after catalysis.
Handcrafted in Italy
Maintenance: Clean with a damp cloth.
Note: Attention, the knobs can be slightly different from those shown in the photo.
The Gohonzon is our greatest treasure. The way we take care of it reflects our attitude in faith and the value we give to this treasure, that is, to our life. It is thanks to this treasure that we can solve the problems in our present, past and future existence. Therefore, we should have the utmost respect for the Gohonzon and "welcome" it into the best place in our house. In this way, it will become natural to take care of the butsudan that contains it.
OUR BUTSUDAN PRODUCTION
The wood used for our butsudan production is totally certified, made of selected eco-sustainable timber. This means that for each cut plant, another is replanted.
The painting cycle is subjected to strict controls and non-toxic classified paints are used while ensuring great protection of the wood over time. Since they are catalyzed paints they do not release toxic vapors. Therefore it is not recommended to treat butsudan with waxy products or perfumed oils because they contain turpentine, which alters the color of the scroll.
With regard to the electrical system, it is imperative to place the transformer, which generates heat, outside the butsudan. This is why the use of 220 volt bulbs is not recommended as these lamps - having the electronic transformer inside the base - overheat dangerously, putting the scroll at risk.
Esperia is the trademark of Creacommercio Srl, a company owned by the Italian Buddhist Institute Soka Gakkai, founded in 1991.
Through the publishing brand Esperia Edizioni, Creacommercio deals with specialized publishing in the themes of Buddhism, peace and human rights education and has as its purpose the dissemination of Buddhist thought according to the Nichiren tradition as interpreted by Soka Gakkai and her president Daisaku Ikeda.
Esperia is also involved in facilitating the procurement of religious articles for practitioners of Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism and boasts the widest assortment of products for Buddhist practice. Our items are produced both on national soil and abroad with particular attention to respect for the environment and sustainability.