The teapot first appeared in China during the 1500s. Unlike today, users wouldn’t pour the tea into a cup, but rather brew the leaves and then drink the liquid out of the spout. Eventually, the teapot was introduced to Japan with the help of traveling Chinese businessmen. As globalization emerged, Europe was soon gifted with teapots during the 17th-century.
This extremely unique jasper-skinned druzy stalactite was found in Indonesia, and also carved and polished there. Its patterns are red and pink, and like the oriental teapot, it has a stalactite that grows as a spout. Stalactite specimens are not common. By their very nature of the formation, they are limited – and by their fragile nature even more so.
If you find yourself particularly drawn to a specific rock, then that's the one you should choose. There's a reason why you're attracted to it.
Lattice Gems is here for those who have a natural affinity for crystals. Personally curating crystals, gems, and minerals of the highest quality from earth to pocket, we hope to nurture and grow the crystal community by connecting you with our favorite pieces from Mother Earth. In support of good energy, healing, and wellness, program your crystals with intentions like love, abundance, or protection.
Lattice is a passionate soul who loves bunnies. In her journey towards connection with Mother Earth, she found an affinity with Mother Earth's jewelry years ago. With an inherent need to connect with her jewels, Lattice crafted many trinkets that now adorn her wrists.
As her connection to Mother Earth grew stronger, Lattice started vibing every single crystal that landed in her lap. And in her quest to find homes for all crystals that come her way, Lattice creates stories for each of her crystal babies in the way she perceives them. A lover of the sun, sand and sea, these elements will strengthen her connection to Mother Earth and her creations.
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