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Description: The pyramid in ancient Egypt serving as the physical and spiritual mausoleum for the pharaoh is a symbol of supreme power, thus this pink crystal pyramid figurine also implies good wishes for those who is possessing it, blessing they can have better luck in life.
Features: In a way, this pink crystal pyramid figurine stands for good fortune and better luck in life, expressing good wishes. Made of natural rose quartz, this pyramid figurine is presenting pink color amp; showing natural grain of quartz stones. High surface finish amp; smooth surface texture, well crafted, exhibiting fine craftsmanship, a rather delicate handicraft. Not only can be used as a good piece of decoration in home, but also can be served as a good present for family or friend. In addition, this rose quartz pyramid figurine can also be used as a paperweight, really a beautiful and functional object.
Specification: Condition: 100% Brand New Item Type: Rose Quartz Pyramid Material: Rose Quartz Color: Pink (as shown in the picture) Height: Approx. 15mm / 0.59inch Side Length: Approx. 20mm / 0.79inch Package Weight: 10g
Package Included: 1 x Rose Quartz Pyramid
Note: Before placing an order, please notice that the item color and grain displayed in the pictures may be slightly different from the real object, due to the individual uniqueness of different quartz stone and some other factors.
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