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Misfit Minerals: Apothecary Neem Wood Offering Bowl

$29.00

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Every stone deserves to be loved, especially those that have had a tough time in life! This Apothecary Neem Wood Offering Bowl may not be visibly perfect, but its metaphysical properties are just as potent. It truly embodies the concept of wabi-sabi, a Japanese philosophy based on living in the now and finding beauty in the imperfect and impermanent.

Gather all your offerings in a dedicated sacred space with this Neem Wood Offering Bowl! It was initially a part of our 2024 January Apothecary Tools, and now it’s available on its own. This elegant custom-made piece is carved from beautiful neem wood and comes wrapped in a copper band stamped with the Sage Goddess logo. These bowls feature wood that contains filler and copper rings with stains.

Work with this bowl to hold and display your Apothecary offerings and other treasures, where the tangible and intangible intersect.

This offering is exclusive to members of our Apothecary program. In May Apothecary, we’re working with Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers and spring. Together, we’ll celebrate our inner beauty and explore strategies for living life in full bloom. Learn more about Sage Goddess Apothecary and sign up here!

Please note: There may be color imperfections, chips, size discrepancies, cracks, breaks, or other imperfections in this crystal. It’s sold ‘as is’ with no refunds or exchanges.

This listing is for one (1) Apothecary Neem Wood Offering Bowl. Measures about 7.5”.

SKU: SGI-BWL-NEEM-WOOD-COPR-STRP-MM-7.5
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Weight .845 lbs

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