Positive Energy

Good Energy Gemstone Pyramid Sculpture from Peru

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SKU: 169542
Smooth natural stone shows its sleek allure in a pyramid by Cesar Gonzales. Sculpted of a beautiful combination of gemstones, the piece is designed to attract the positive and repel negativity. Blue-green chrysocolla, warm brown aragonite and white calcite crown the pyramid while jasper is the central stone. Beneath, green serpentine, chalcedony with leopard spots and black onyx complete the sculpture.
  • Chrysocolla, aragonite, calcite, jasper, serpentine, chalcedony and onyx
  • 0.75 lbs
  • 3 inches H x 2.8 inches W x 2.8 inches D
  • Made in Peru

124 Reviews

  • 5
    Craftsmanship is Amazing

    Posted by Carolyn on Nov 21st 2020

    I bought this for my daughter to keep on her desk for remote learning. It's titled "Be Positive". It is an impressive piece.

  • 5
    Beautiful Pyramid

    Posted by Kenneth on Nov 2nd 2020

    I love the detail on this "Positive Vibes" Pyramid. The different colored layers of stone are interesting.

  • 5
    Peruvian Pyramid

    Posted by Catherine on Oct 22nd 2020

    I gifted my sister and bought one for me. We both love the multi-stone pyramid.

  • 5
    This is now a treasured heirloom!

    Posted by Priscilla on Oct 18th 2020

    A most beautiful well made pyramid, better than the picture. Goes very well with our Egyptian treasures!

  • 5
    Positive Energy

    Posted by Brenda on Oct 16th 2020

    Beautiful detail & great energy.

  • 5
    Gift for a Guy

    Posted by Jane on Oct 13th 2020

    I ordered this as a Christmas gift for a guy friend. He put it on his desk and really likes it. It's small enough to not take up too much space, but colorful enough to notice often. It makes a great gift if you aren't sure what to get someone.

  • 5

    Posted by Julie on Sep 19th 2020

    Beautiful, powerful and so well-made - a treasure!

  • 5
    Cool piece

    Posted by Kelly on Sep 13th 2020

    Very nice. Would order again.

  • 5
    Beautiful layers of stone

    Posted by NANCY on Sep 11th 2020

    Reminds me of our trip out West.