Stone Inukshuk -  White Marble on New Jade
Stone Inukshuk - White Marble on New Jade

Stone Inukshuk - White Marble on New Jade

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Includes:

1 Inukshuk with information card

Dimensions

Approx. 65 mm height
Tumbled white marble is used to form an inukshuck standing on a new jade (serpentine) base.

In the Inuit language, the mysterious stone figure known as Inukshuk, means in the likeness of a human. These sculptural forms are among the oldest and most important objects placed by humans upon the vast Arctic landscape and have become a familiar symbol of the Inuit and their homeland. The Inukshuk is an ever-popular souvenir to share with both men and women.

Marble is a rock resulting from metamorphism of sedimentary carbonate rocks, most commonly limestone or dolomite rock. Metamorphism causes variable recrystallization of the original carbonate mineral grains. The resulting marble rock is typically composed of an interlocking mosaic of carbonate crystals.

Lemon serpentine, sometimes referred to as new jade, is a hydrous magnesium silicate. It varies in colour from pale yellow to yellow-green with spots or veins of black. This is a good stone for meditation and is said to be valuable in opening psychic abilities. It is also believed to have cleansing and detoxifying properties. It is a useful stone for healers as it helps direct healing energy to where it is needed.

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