Sodalite bottle stopper, wine stopper  -  Rock Decor Collection
Sodalite bottle stopper, wine stopper  -  Rock Decor Collection
Sodalite bottle stopper, wine stopper  -  Rock Decor Collection
Sodalite bottle stopper, wine stopper  -  Rock Decor Collection
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Sodalite bottle stopper, wine stopper - Rock Decor Collection

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Wine bottle stopper featuring apiece of raw (unpolished) sodalite stone.

This stopper is zinc alloy, which is known for corrosion resistance. This stopper also has a silicone rubber seal to ensure a tight seal which keeps out all outside air.

*stand is NOT included*

*SHIPPING INCLUDED to US addresses*

Metaphysically, sodalite encourages rational thought, objectivity, truth and intuition, along with verbalisation of feelings. Sodalite brings emotional balance and calms panic attacks. It enhances self-esteem, self-acceptance and self-trust. Sodalite balances the metabolism, boosts the immune system and overcomes calcium deficiencies.

A light, relatively hard yet fragile mineral, sodalite is named after its sodium content; in mineralogy it may be classed as a feldspathoid. Well known for its blue color, sodalite may also be grey, yellow, green, or pink and is often mottled with white veins or patches. The more uniformly blue material is used in jewellery, where it is fashioned into cabochons and beads. Lesser material is more often seen as facing or inlay in various applications. Although somewhat similar to lazurite and lapis lazuli, sodalite rarely contains pyrite (a common inclusion in lapis) and its blue color is more like traditional royal blue rather than ultramarine. It is further distinguished from similar minerals by its white (rather than blue) streak. Sodalite's six directions of poor cleavage may be seen as incipient cracks running through the stone.