Timothy Oulton Selenite Sconce – 120 cm
Named after the Greek goddess of the moon, selenite is known for its soft pearlescent glow similar to moonlight. It is the crystalline version of the mineral Gypsum and is revered by many for its spiritual and protective properties – with some believing it unlocks the chakra of divine wisdom. The oldest Selenite crystal ever discovered was 500,000 years old in Chihuahua, Mexico.
Suspended like glistening stalactites, the crystals in our Selenite lighting collection are painstakingly affixed to the frame one by one, with a colossal 557 individual crystals in the large 110cm pendant.
Shown in – Matt Black Frame