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DESCRIPTION

Unusual keeper of small treasures, this shamanic 'offering' bowl can hold anything dry: small crystals or pebbles, jewellery / rings, pot pourri / flower petals, manifestation notes, mantras... Perfect treasure holder for a personal altar.

The outer surface of this bowl is vegetable tanned goat hide, archival museum quality leather, decorated with floral embossing (dark markings pressed on the leather with a heated brass tool traditionally used on historical book cover designs). The inner lining of the bowl is pure silk which I have botanically eco-dyed using local plants. The subtle abstract plant colour patterns in the silk give this bowl a warmly organic feel. The crystal details surrounding the outside of the bowl are Agate and Carnelian.

Please be sure to understand the dimensions of this little bowl so that it is useful for your desired purpose -
Base on the outside: 8 cm (3")
Diagonal corner to corner measurement: 15 cm (5.9")
Inner opening: 7 cm (2.75")
Depth: 3.5-4 cm (1.4-1.6")

You'll receive this Wisdom Keeper gift-wrapped at no extra charge.

CRYSTAL PROPERTIES

AGATE
The oldest good luck amulet. In ancient times Persian magicians were, according to legend, diverting storms with the powers of Agate. Considered a protective stone (especially for travel), said to shield its keeper against dangers. Increases inner stability, enhances personal courage and fosters self-confidence. Grounding and soothing. Balancing stone for one's energy system to experience oneness instead of duality.

CARNELIAN
Known as a stone of motivation and courage. Stimulates creativity and increases one's sense of self-worth. Balancing for body's energy levels, restoring vitality and motivation. Said to attract prosperity, new resources and good luck. A success stone that helps you follow through with plans. Stone of action that aids in overcoming procrastination. Helps in gaining more understanding of one's inner self. Stimulating to the Sacral Chakra, which, when in balance, allows one to enjoy life, feel its joys and pleasures, be flexible and 'go with the flow'.