Geometric Sculpture from Peru in Chrysocolla

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SKU: 162746
Thought to foster intuition, serenity and unconditional love, chrysocolla's deep blue-green inspires calm. César Gonzáles selects the gentle, soothing stone for a polished gemstone sphere. It stands on a base of brown onyx.
  • Chrysocolla and onyx
  • 0.64 lbs
  • 2.2 inches Diam.
  • Stand/base: 0.6 inches H x 1.6 inches Diam.
  • Made in Peru

17 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Piece

    Posted by Alisha on Sep 4th 2020

    This is a great addition to my collection.

  • 5

    Posted by Judy on May 15th 2020

    The depth of color is just beautiful. The base I received is not the color shown, it is a much lighter shade (more of an ivory color) which does not look as nice but it is still lovely.

  • 5
    Beautiful Chrysocolla Energy

    Posted by Colleen on Mar 12th 2020

    This sphere is lovely. It is bright and beautiful and has great energy. I am partial to spheres and very happy i got this one.

  • 5

    Posted by Cathy on Jan 26th 2020

    I have loved rocks all my life. This chrysocolla sphere is beautiful. The colors are rich. The base is a thoughtful addition. I have happily added it to my collection.

  • 5
    Intuition Sphere

    Posted by Debra on May 28th 2019

    I love the contrast between the deep turquoise sphere and the brown base, all sculpted by Caesar Gonzales. It's sitting beautifully inside my curio cabinet.

  • 5
    Beautiful colors

    Posted by Dirk on Mar 24th 2019

    Wonderful balance of blues, greens and evens some reds and oranges in our sphere. Very pleased !!

  • 5
    This now has a special place on my desk

    Posted by Millicent on Jan 26th 2019

    As I gaze at the sphere I see the world's oceans and green forests as viewed from space.

  • 2
    Disappointed. One side dull grey. Not as shown.

    Posted by Jeannie on Nov 9th 2018

    It doesn't look good on the onyx stand. One side of the sphere has different shades of green with some brown and no blues. The other half of the stone looks like it was thinly painted with a grey coating that wasn't polished off with a few streaks of white and green under the grey. The grey side isn't shiny like the green side. It's dull and has some chips with white in the chips. It doesn't look like the whole sphere is chrysocolla. I can't use it on the stand because, with half of it light, dull grey it doesn't look good. The other half is pretty but has no blue like a good specimen would normally have. It looks like you could eliminate the dull grey by polishing it off. I would have sent it back sooner but was ill. It might be too late now.

  • 5
    No two stones alike

    Posted by Joseph on Jul 31st 2018

    Love these. I have several stones from this artist and due to nature no two stones are ever the same.