19" Tall Handmade 7 Chakras Rainbow Gemstone Tree on an Amethyst base, 420 gems, #5425 by Brazil Gems
Exclusive limited quantity handmade 7 Chakras Rainbow Gemstone Trees on an Amethyst cluster bases with a resin trunk and wired branches. They are approximately 19" tall with 84 wire branches and 420 tumbled Chakra gemstones. The 7 different Chakra gemstones are placed in a Rainbow sequence producing an amazing effect!
Each tree we have in stock is unique and has been photographed and you can choose the exact one you want based on its images' Model number.
The process to make a gemstone tree like this is very extensive and meticulous. A special amethyst cluster is selected for the base, the resin trunk and branches are crafted by artisans in Brazil and then each gemstone is glued to the tree by hand. The gemstones are all natural.
- Average Height: 19" (to the last gemstone on top)
- Average Width: 15"
- Average Depth: 10"
- Average Weight: 18.7 lbs
Chakra Gemstones: (to learn more about each gem read our blog Gemstones: What Do They Mean?)
- Crown - Amethyst
- Third Eye - Sodalite
- Throat - Blue Quartz
- Heart - Green Quartz
- Solar Plexus - Citrine
- Sacral - Carnelian
- Root - Red Jasper
Disclaimer: Limited stock. The specific variant/model # you select is the exact tree you will receive. The first image in the listing, as well the images of the closeups of gemstones, various angles of the tree and the video are from one of the trees, chosen to serve as the main model and that specific tree may or may not still be available. Each individual tree we sell and ship out is unique due to the natural differences of each amethyst base and handmade tree design. The amethyst bases can vary in overall size, shape, color, crystal shapes and points and the overall shape and size of the tree and branches can vary because it is handmade. This means the tree you receive will truly be yours and unlike anyone else's. To allow for it to stand on its own the amethyst cluster base has a small amount of cement added to the bottom then painted black. As is the case for the majority of Citrine on the market from Brazil, this tree's Citrine gems have been heated to give it them their beautiful amber color.