'Kalahari' is a small bowl with a South African fluorite and muscovite crystal. The bowl is in polymer clay and gold coloured pigment, and is attached to the crystal on one side.
The fluorite crystals has an ocean-like, slightly transparent green colour and the muscovite is a warm, golden beige colour. The stone is raw and may scratch the surface if you move the bowl around, but you can easily just cut a small piece of fabric or paper and place underneath the stone.
The Kalahari desert in South Africa is the 6th largest desert in the world. I chose this name because the colours of the bowl reminds me of warm sand and deserts.
Since the bowl is made in clay it's a bit flexible. It's not fragile, however the crystal is much heavier than the bowl so when you pick it up, always hold it by the crystal.
Size: 12 x 9 cm, height 3.5 cm / 4.73” x 3.6”, height 1.4” Weight: 112 grams