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Petrified Wood (med) 'brown top, blue bottom' Agate (Carnelian looking) obelisk Snowy Carnelian healing stone
Not exactly blue - but interpretable as such - the base of this piece is an enigmatic color, and the top looks like a brownish green lake. Stands slightly leaning, smooth reddish siding. A dead ringer for the perfect color of Carnelian - I believe this may be an Agate - due to the banding. It's an extraordinary center piece, and could even be used as a wand. This type of Carnelian is special because of the 'foreign' material - the white chalky stuff - that is of lighter density. It combines the internal-organ-healing Carnelian quality with a healing extraction, inflammation-fighting quality. The spread of white and the quality of orange are superior on this piece.
Snowy Carnelian tray bowl 'Qwan Yin' statuette in resin (small) Mahogany Obsidian Sphere
Snowy Carnelian tray bowl
Our Price: $90.00
Mahogany Obsidian Sphere
Our Price: $160.00
This type of Carnelian is special because of the 'foreign' material - the white chalky stuff - that is of lighter density. It combines the internal-organ-healing Carnelian quality with a healing extraction, inflammation-fighting quality. The spread of white on the bottom and the quality of orange that mostly covers the top are superior on this piece. Would be a great place to put things you wanted cleansed. Exquisite, uniform Amber color, this (made of) resin statuette is extraordinarily beautiful. A must for fans of Amber and Qwan Yin alike! Mahogany Obsidian ball - the smaller of two large ones - very mysterious black spotting on the orange bodied sphere.
Yellow Fluorite (dark) geometric terminations, 'footprint' shaped Selenite (orange) fine needle cluster 2
This piece has a lot of charm - one side is more raised, so you can see the 'cross section' of the crystalline structure - and the rest tapers down to its edges, with good geometric terminations everywhere. Message me with serious inquiries & Best Offers. Extremely unique (and intact, because it's brittle!) cluster of fine needle point orange selenite, which appears to have grown over an earlier cluster.