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Jordana Earth

Crystal Ceramic Cup - Rose Quartz & Pink Opal

Regular price $35.00 USD
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This unique and energy charged ceramic cup is a great way to bring positive energy in your daily action of drinking beverages. 

This beautiful crystal combination was thoughtfully chosen by the Gifted team. 

Pink Opal is a very powerful crystal when it comes in contact with one’s heart. This stone activates and unlocks our heart chakra and imbues one’s aura with calming, tranquil vibrations. It's a perfect stone for someone to carry if they are struggling with any sadness, especially that of a broken heart. This crystal pushes us to look within, and strengthen our connection to our inner self. By strengthening this connection, we become stronger as individuals.

Rose Quartz is a stone of pure love. It assists in awakening the heart to its purest loving potential allowing one to find love for themselves and others. This awakening of the heart also provides deep feelings of personal fulfillment and contentment. It assists with spiritual attunement to the Earth, Universe, and the Divine which allows one to deeply link their own heart to the hearts of others. Rose Quartz carries a feminine energy that encourages compassion, peace, tenderness and healing which brings forth feelings of nourishment and comfort. This stone’s vibrations cleanse the emotions and the entire auric field, healing the heart of its wounds. It promotes the release of tension and stress, dissolution of anger and resentment, and dispelling of fear and suspicion, providing a rebirth of hope and faith. It also aids in healing from physical heart disease and trauma. 

  • Ceramic cup with a speckled glaze, 1 rose quartz, 1 pink opal
  • Handwash only
  • Made by the artist in Philadelphia 
  • Each piece is unique and will vary slightly from the photo shown

Jordan is a visual artist specializing in ceramics and paint. She is from Philadelphia and currently lives in Lancaster where she studies Psychology, Anthropology, and English at Millersville University. Jordan strives to bridge the gap between her love for minimalism, her interest in Pre-Colombian clay forms, and the purity of cotton and silk. Her hope is that the work she produces also sparks conversation of African-American history.