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Moroccan Selenite Votive

$36.00 Sale Price:   $5.99

Price: $36.00 Sale Price:   $5.99

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Selenite is a crystalline variety of gypsum, named after the Greek word for moon because of the belief that its transparency waxed and waned. Some believe that it clears the air of electrical pollution. Artisans in a village near Agadir, Morocco, on the Atlantic coast, carve locally mined selenite into this luminous, translucent votive holder. Please accept small variations in this natural material.


Handcrafted in Morocco. Approximately 3 1/2" diameter x 3 1/2"H.


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Moroccan Selenite Votive
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

An excellent gift

By The German Teacher

from Huntsville, TX

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Lovely
  • Solidly made
  • Solidly Made Lovely

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Decorative

    Comments about Moroccan Selenite Votive:

    This is a great decorative item that will fit in well with any decor. I was surprised at how heavy it was, so it will not be easily knocked over.

     
    3.0

    Only one

    By Lena

    from Wisconsin

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • BEAUTIFUL

    Cons

    • Only 1 Votive 2 Shown

    Best Uses

    • present

    Comments about Moroccan Selenite Votive:

    Fast delivery. The ad showed two votives, I thought that was what I was ordering.
    I don't have any use for one so will be using it as a gift for someone who has something similar.

    At the price I really felt two votives would've been a good deal, but rather spendy for only one.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Beautiful Glow with Selenite Votive

    By Patti

    from Alexandria, VA

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Beautiful glow
    • Natural but polished look

    Cons

    • Maybe price

    Best Uses

    • Anywhere in home
    • By A Photo Of A Loved One
    • Peaceful Calming Effect

    Comments about Moroccan Selenite Votive:

    I hesitated on purchasing these because of the price, but I'm glad I did. They are different and have a polished, but natural look. My favorite thing about them is the soft, but not too dim, glow of light they put off. My dear brother recently died and I put one of each side of a photo I have of him.....it'a beautiful and it makes me feel good.
    I recommend these - they are beautiful, simple and put off a desireable glow of light.

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