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Smoky Quartz Crystal Pranic Healing Wand, 18 facets (6.75" / 163g)

$175.00
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UNK-097
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Captivating natural Smoky quartz Pranic healing crystal wand with 18 facets and a mysterious smoke and rainbows. As you peer into this smoky crystal, you find waves of smoke and the most amazing floating crystal sparkling back at you.  

Smoky quartz crystal, a very protective and grounding crystal healing stone, provides physical and psychic protection from negative energy. It can protect from and transmute negative energy into positive energy. Smoky quartz crystal works unceasingly to heal imbalances in the physical and etheric bodies, with a focus on the solar plexus and third chakra. 

This crystal measures 6.75" in length and tapers from 1" to .5" in width. 

Comes with custom carrying case. ($15 value)

PLEASE NOTE:
Each crystal is carefully inspected for quality. We check each tip and facet for chips and scratches, we clear old programming and polish it to perfection. We will not accept any returns with damage unless the packaging was severely damaged in shipping. Should that occur, please contact us immediately or do not accept the box.  
 
The tips of finely cut crystal wands are extremely delicate (and sharp!). The majority of damage to crystal wands typically occurs in the top 1/8” of the tip. Please avoid any contact with the tops of the tips of both male and female ends. In the event of a break, a crystal wand can often be repaired. Repair costs start at $50. Please contact us for more information.
 
Sizing is approximate. As with all handmade items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than as described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizing. 
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate.