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CITRINE ON COPPER BASE Studio Greytak’s Citrine on copper base was made for entrepreneurs. Combining the powers of big ideas and powerful abundance, it begs to assist new ventures. 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 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. Copper is most likely the first metal used by humans. One of the few metals that occur in nature without needing extraction from an ore, it was used as a substitute for stone as early as 8000 BC. Copper is a soft, malleable metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. For healers, it is the metal of the magician and can carry the energies of stones as easily as it carries electricity. Copper is known for its beautiful reddish-brown color that oxidizes into a greenish patina. It is also known for its medicinal properties. Ancient Egyptians used copper for sterilizing wounds and drinking water, while in India, copper was used in Ayurveda for surgical instruments and other medical equipment. It is an essential dietary mineral for all living organisms. Copper is helpful for strengthening the respiratory and cardiovascular systems in humans. Spiritually, copper is considered a conduit between Heaven and Earth. It is the metal of channeling energies and transforms the invisible to the visible. Copper encourages experimentation and invention and brings the energy of revolutionary ideas and unexpected serendipitous change. Place this piece where big thinking is encouraged, and radical ideas will certainly be rewarded.  


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    H 18.5 in. x W 8 in. x D 6.5 in.H 46.99 cm x W 20.32 cm x D 16.51 cm
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    Missoula, MT
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Studio Greytak

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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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