Buddhist Crystal Glass Lotus Flower Candle Holders
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The Lotus flower is a universal symbol of purity and enlightenment. It is also know to bring good fortune at home and in your life. The lotus is said to turn bad luck to good luck and fills your sense of joy and peace.
This Buddhist Crystal Glass Lotus Flower Candle Holders have Elegant Design - Plus the lotus flower represents peace, purity and enlightenment in anyone's life.
An Excellent Decoration for any room - Best placed near a window in your home to catch direct sunlight shining along any wall. The crystal will break up the sunlight and create beautiful Decor in your home, bathing it in precious yang energy and creating harmony and provides a feeling of optimism, all the time.
Choose the color or colors that appeal to you the most:
Blue : represents peace, calm, serenity, freshness but also sensitivity.
Yellow : cheerful and lively color that represents joy, energy, tone and dynamism. It symbolizes gentleness and intelligence.
Purple : symbolizes subtlety, mystery, romance, idealism and protection. It calms and stimulates mental activity.
Clear / Transparent : represents positive values such as purity, balance or innocence. It symbolizes nobility and refinement, calm, peace and serenity. It provides light and gives a feeling of freshness.
Multicolor : it represents all the colors that form the colors of the rainbow. He is the symbol of alliance and serenity.
About the Item:
Handcrafted Product Product Type: Lotus Glass Candle Holder Material: Crystal Size: 90mm X 110mm 100% New and Exquisite Quality
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