Item #J-1185
Driftwood and Gemstone Faery Wand

"Taraka" means "falling star" 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 Faery 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 with unique twists and knots!

Two beautiful Quartz Crystal points, (one of them is a double terminated point that is
set straight through one of the knots in the wood - which represents the "falling star" -
it is amazing!), and real gemstones including: Turquoise, Garnet, Amber, Iolite,
Labradorite, Peridot, Carnelian, Aventurine, and Amethyst are set into the wood.
(25 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 11 and 1/4 inches from end to end. The width of
wood measures from 5/8 of an inch all the way up to 1 and 1/8 inches at widest point in
the wand.

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