Driftwood and Gemstone Wand
"Jarul" means "Queen of the Flowers" in the ancient Sanskrit language.
This is a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind wand perfect for all kinds of uses including
meditation, ceremony, or just beautiful decoration for your altar!
This wand was made with wood that I have found on my many adventures around the
lakes and streams here in the Southwest. I only collect fallen branches from trees.
Gifts from Mother Earth!
This is an especially beautiful piece the twists and turns and split fork on the end,
which are rare to find, and really hard to part with! :)
A gorgeous Quartz Crystal point, and real gemstones including: Iolite, Amber,
Labradorite, Garnet, Turquoise, Peridot, Amethyst, Carnelian, and Lapis are set into
the wood. (28 stones and crystals in total)!
I do all of the nature and Bindi inspired wood burning designs. A small spiral coil of
copper wraps around part of the wand.
Entire length of the wand is about 16 inches from end to end. The width of wood
measures from 1/4 of an inch (at tiniest part of fork) all the way up to 15/16of an inch
at widest point in the wand.
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