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More snowflake than Obsidian, though of course the variety features both colors, this is a very sweet heart. Very uniform in its color spread, this is a very ideal example of the Snowflake Obsidian variety...and it's in the shape of a heart! Very gentle, small milky cluster, perfect for someone who wants a great example of the variety, without having to get a big (and expensive) piece.
A powerful healing tool, used as a wand as well as for massage (its bottom is rounded), and as an accupressure tool (it's top comes to a point). Extremely etheric and pure power stone. Photographed is one of several in stock, we cannot guarantee that the one you get will be exactly this one - or the same identical size - though they're all virtually identical. Photo A shows the height and shape better - as well as the matt bottom - while Photo B shows the rounded top, with color. This is a large palm piece. Impressive either way - both ends slope a bit - one is looks like an estuary, with lots of beige and white...while the other looks naturally worn down by the elements. A truly great specimen.
VERY unique - natural cleavage on bottom makes it stand - similar cleavage along the top (to show it wasn't cut or polished). Also unusual - it starts smaller and flares towards the top - and from a certain angle, it looks like a person's face (with a very large brain)...making it an "entity stone." Not sure what words can say that this image doesn't...spectacular "geysering" (expanding from a base)...looks great on a stand (included). This boulder opal is from Coober Pedy, in South Australia, and displays some modest green flash. However, it is only about a tenth of an inch thick as the rest of the stone is matrix. But it makes a great hand piece, and if you resonate with Opal, there's nothing quite like it. it also has a Petrified Wood vibration. Holding it and rubbing the polished opal part with the thumb is a good way of working with it.
Clearly not Jade - if it were, it would be 3x the price - though it was sold to me as such. This charming snake carving is probably made out of Alabaster or white Soap Stone. Very soft and waxy surface (coupla dings, as you can see from the photo, and the tail tip has a chip). Looks like the Hawaiian hand signal. Quite a find! Very nice white, milky color (and texture) all around. Special piece! Spectacular color burst (and the bottom's not bad either) - larger than a palm piece - stands very nicely too.
Very solid piece - this is rather blocky - and the color on top is just a bit lighter (though no less interesting) in person. The matt bottom has great color too, as you can see from Photo B. Quite unusual cluster - almost a floater, given the semi-termination on the underside - and the top is a bit 'greener' than it looks in the photo (image 2 seems to capture the hue better). It seems to be a sort of Cactus Druze overlay over Quartz and/or Calcite, but I have since learned that it's a Prehnite. This type of material is rare, especially so big, and naturally standing! It's not entirely snow white, with some reddish residue on it, but it's quite a showpiece.
Photos don't do this piece justice - it's milky white but quite transclucent - glittery. Very superior piece. Large, leaning ash-colored Romanian Candle Quartz, quite a unique specimen! Message me for dimensions, and with serious inquiries & Best Offers. Pretty unusual, centered 'finger' rising from its cluster - almost like a cactus-quartz - but of the Indian 'Anandalite' variety. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers.