Satin Spar (Selenite) Eye Shaped Bowl
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Our Satin Spar eye shaped bowls are just glorious!
Measures approx 11cm each, but as they’re handmade, please allow for some slight differences in size.
This gorgeous bowl is a must have for any crystal collector – not only is it a gorgeous piece to have on your shelf or table, it will also cleanse any crystals that you store in it, as well as surrounding you with it’s healing benefits.
Satin Spar is a really useful crystal for helping to clear energy blocks as well as raising your vibration.
It can also bring good luck and good fortune.
It’s also a must have for women as it can help regulate hormones and issues surrounding PMS and your menstrual cycle. It’s an extremely calming stone which soothes the mind and brings clarity. If you suffer with insomnia or other sleeping issues, this is the perfect stone to have by your bedside.
How to use for cleansing your crystals: when you feel like your crystals are getting heavy, or if you have a busy day ahead, place your crystals that you’ve worn or planning on wearing in the bowl for 4+ hours. Use your intuition to guide you on how long they need to be cleansed for, and once you feel they’re ready, you’ll be prepared to face the world!
You can also store little trinkets and special items in the bowl if you wish. Just be careful that you don’t get it wet, as it is water sensitive and can disintegrate when it comes into contact with water. This certainly isn’t a crystal for the bathroom.
Each bowl measures approx 11cm, but as this item is handshaped, please allow for some slight differences.
But hang on – isn’t this crystal Selenite?
Satin Spar and Selenite are probably the two most mixed up crystals in the crystal world.
They’re actually the same type of gypsum, but they’ve formed differently which is when they become either Selenite or Satin Spar.
Selenite is actually rarer than Satin Spar, and it forms in large, flat transparent plates.
Satin Spar is what’s more commonly labelled as Selenite, and is more milky white with the most wonderful sheen when polished.
Because Selenite is the more well-known name, most places and crystal books will still label their pieces as Selenite, when really it’s Satin Spar.
Both have pretty much the same healing benefits, but true Selenite is stronger.
Our Satin Spar pieces will still work in the same way.