Pair of Obelisks in Blue Sodalite. Italy Handmade Various sizes from 25 to 47 cm.
L’obeliskin marble fits into all types of decor and environments, from classic to modern. A valuable gift idea for collectors of the genre and for any important occasion, it proves impressive in modern designer living rooms, alongside avant-garde materials, as well as in combination with classic furniture and antiques.
History and symbolism
Theobelisk is a monolithic monument that sees its origins in ancient Egypt. Along with the pyramids, it is one of the highest expressions of Egyptian monumental art. It is characterized by the elongated and thin quadrangular shape, ending with a pyramidal tip.
The Egyptians believed that the Sun god dwelled in them, and the Pharaohs used to place them in pairs at the entrances of temples and at specific points in cities in order to promote their fruitfulness and the circulation of benevolent energies. A symbol of the bond between Pharaoh and the deity, the obelisk towers to represent absolute power.
In various cultures and traditions, it was believed that the obelisks, placed at the nodal points of the city, contributed to the sublimation of the energies of the place and brought well -being and fertility to the whole region. The city of Rome has as many as 9 original Egyptian obelisks, which were taken away during the conquest of Egypt.
Obelisks have always been enigmatic monuments, and throughout history they are often found as occult, Masonic and esoteric symbols. The evidence of the phallic form also underscores the power of masculine energies, bearers of fertilizing force in their encounter with the Earth, with feminine, receptive energies.
The obelisk is now used in homes, in small reproductions, as a symbol of fertility and good wishes.
Precious and rare, the Blue sodalite makes each object unique and stunning. Thanks to the surface’s sophisticated and intense color mixes and the material’s durability, this fine natural stone has established itself in the landscape of luxury applications, from large claddings to meticulous and fine giftware.
Sodalite is a valuable blue stone belonging to the volcanic stone family. Its name means “sodium stone.” It is a crystal with cubic system, with a typical blue-gray color with white mottling of feldspar.
Widely used in crystal therapy, it is especially recommended for those who base their lives on strict rules, leaving no room for imagination or sentimentality. Also considered the stone of truth, it promotes that desire for freedom that inevitably must turn away from lies.
The blue sodalite obelisk expresses the magnificence of natural stone combined with the grandeur of one of the most famous symbols inherited from the most ancient civilizations.