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September 24-27; 2 containers full of Morocco fossils and Selenite and three new finds “Galenite, Copper and Malachite with Azurite”, finally after 4 months waiting container HEM incense, and a 40ft container with Petrified Wood, Dream catchers, Lava statues and small items! Come along quickly and prepare your showroom for the end of year sales. Open every day by appointment (except Wednesday 30.09, closed half day until 1 p.m.) or have FREE shipping via DHL from 500, -

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Flower of Life natural soapstone incense holder made by hand in beautiful Chakra colors.

Flower of Life natural soapstone incense holder made by hand in beautiful Chakra colors.

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Flower of Life natural soapstone incense holder made by hand in beautiful Chakra colors.

Description

From the city of the world famous Taj Mahal palace in Agra is the entire soapstone industry, which also comes up with new beautiful hand-engraved items every year, following the successful elephant chakra series from 2019.

Dimensions

95-110mm

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An overlapping circles grid is a geometric pattern of repeating, overlapping circles of equal radii in two-dimensional space. The two most common designs are based on circles centered on triangular and square lattice pattern of points. Patterns of seven overlapping circles appear in historical artefacts from the 8th century BC onwards. They are found on a Cypro-Archaic I cup of the 8th-7th century BC in Cyprus; at the Temple of Osiris at Abydos in Ancient Egypt; and on Roman mosaics, for example at Herod's palace in the 1st century BC. The patterns are used extensively to construct girih decorations including 6- and 12-pointed stars in Islamic art. Patterns based on a square grid of overlapping circles are found in quilt design, in Ancient Egypt as noted in the 1856 book The Grammar of Ornament, and in the Hindu temple at Prambanan in Java.

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