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Studio Greytak 'Bling Bowl 5' Rose Quartz, Citrine, Blue Calcite and Ammonite

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Bling Bowl 5 Studio Greytak’s Bling Bowl 5 was made for artists. An undulating base of bright yellow citrine, the bringer of luck and abundance, holds a single-cut bowl of colorful blue calcite up towards the heavens, begging for inspiration. Blue calcite is the stone of expression and fertile dreams, the perfect place to keep your bedside treasures. Across the sea of citrine, a prehistoric ammonite uses its ancient spiral to draw in negative energy, filter it, and release it as a fresh and powerful life force. Rose quartz, the stone of love, and apatite, the stone of truth, dance with the master healer, quartz, secured by shiny sterling silver, all to keep the creative juices flowing. This is a piece for diving to the depths of inspiration and finding success in the final result. From the French word citron, for “lemon,” citrine is one of the few stones in the world that appears yellow in its natural setting. Called the light maker for its sunny color and its ability to clear the mind and spark imagination, citrine is often confused with yellow quartz or yellow topaz, but it is paler than both and can be identified by its smooth, rounded edges curved and softened as if gently worn by stream water. Natural citrine is quite rare and has a more muted color than the rich gold variety that comes by heating amethyst or smoky quartz. Natural citrine has long been found on the Isle of Arran in Scotland. It adorned the handles of daggers belonging to 17th century warriors. The British, too, were enamored with citrine. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert based their entire summer residence on incorporating this cheerful stone. Today it is sought after for its ability to absorb negative energies from the environment and to bring wealth and prosperity. Calcite is the basis for seashells, coral and plankton in the sea. It makes up the famous Carrera marble from Italy, Limestone cliffs in Iowa, and the Washington Monument in D.C. Considered a large energy amplifier, calcite is said to speed up development and growth. It connects the emotions with the intellect and, like its physical properties, is rightfully called the stabilizing stone. In its blue form, it is considered the stone of the mind. Healers have used it for millennia to heal pain, especially in the joints, and to stimulate meaningful dreams. Calming and peaceful, blue calcite relieves anxiety and opens the door for clear and honest communication. It enhances creativity, clears writer’s block, and even discourages people from stealing from one another. More than 100 million years ago, a vast, tropical inland sea stretched across what is now North America from the Rocky Mountains in the west to the Appalachians in the east. Exotic creatures swam in its depths, including marine reptiles, sharks, fish, and shellfish, all of which grew to massive proportions compared to today’s species. The ammonite was one of the most prolific and adaptable of these. Fossils of their chambered shells, with precise proportions reminiscent of the golden spiral, still exist in the soil along the Rocky Mountain Front and inspire transformation and personal growth. Ammonite allows one to release the past and embrace the future, to see potential and opportunity instead of turmoil. Keep ammonite in the home or the office to invite prosperity, success, and vitality. The primary element in apatite is phosphorous, which is also a critical nutrient for plants and animals. Millions of years ago, these living beings died and their earthly bodies were carried away by water to collect as sediment. Over time and under increasing layers of sediment, the phosphorous that was so important to them while they lived mineralized as apatite, a new form emerging from the old. Apatite symbolizes that fleeting moment when the spiritual and physical planes intersect. Apatite provides clarity in the face of challenges and facilitates quick, effective learning. Those who participate in public speaking may wish to carry apatite, as it enhances communication skills and encourages extroversion. Couples can use it to dissolve the emotional distance between them. Keep a piece of apatite nearby to slow the mind and body and focus on the moment. Since antiquity, traditional healers have called quartz the “master healer” because it amplifies the power of other elements nearby and because it can be programmed by focusing intention upon it. This allows one to achieve virtually any goal. Clear quartz is a stone of light providing a clear path for higher vibrations from spiritual realms to the physical world. Rose quartz embodies the energy of love in all its forms. It helps attract love and intimacy or strengthen the bonds that already exist. It nurtures, heals, and soothes with motherly love and inspires love of beauty and the arts. It heals wounds to the heart, both physical and emotional, provides happy dreams, prevents gossip in the workplace, and is a very powerful aphrodisiac. Silver has been prized by humans throughout history for its beauty and its usefulness. A silver bullet, aside from being a tool to kill werewolves, refers to any simple but highly effective solution. Silver is said to foster patience and perseverance, and it acts as a mirror to the soul. Keep this piece in a place that inspires you to create, or beside your bed to dream up your next big idea.


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    H 4.5 in. x W 9.8 in. x D 5.25 in.H 11.43 cm x W 24.9 cm x D 13.34 cm
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    Missoula, MT
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Studio Greytak is a conceptual art project by John Greytak. He explores the intersection between design by nature and design by humans. He does this by curating and collecting the most compelling examples of works from nature, then offering them up to a select group of designers who work with him at his design center in the Treasure State of Montana.

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