This Calcite sculpture is reminiscent of the Japanese art known as Kintsugi, where broken pieces of china are glued back together using urushi lacquer, derived from the sap of the Chinese lacquer tree. This fabulous piece was carved by Robin Antar from a single block of Honeycomb Calcite. As you can see, the stone reflects light and appears to radiate sunlight. The stone was cut, ground, shaped and polished to a 12000 grit finish, while leaving certain sides raw in Antar’s signature style.
This oddly shaped, angular sculpture is the perfect conversation piece for your next gathering of friends and family. What do you see reflected back at you when you look into the recesses of its mysterious “cracks?”
Dimensions: 3"h X 12"w X 6"d.