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Cairn, Rock and Glass Cairn, Spiritual Cairn, Teachers Desktop Gift, Unisex Gift

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Cairns (from the Gaelic term meaning “heap of stones”) have been around for many centuries. According to Wikipedia, a cluster of cairns on top of a prominent peak in southern Vermont could predate European exploration. American Indians in the Northeast used cairns for various use including landmarks, trail markers, burials, navigation, ceremonies, memorials, meditation and religious use. Stones were stacked and erected in many different sizes and shapes depending upon the use.

My cairns are constructed from stones, sea glass and driftwood from the beautiful Northeast coastlines. The stones are from the rocky coastline in Scituate, Massachusetts. The sea glass is over 100 years old and comes from Sandwich, Massachusetts where the Sandwich Glass Factory originated on the coast of Cape Cod. The driftwood is from Popham Beach, Maine where there are miles of rocky and sandy beaches and coastline.

All my stones, glass and driftwood are natural. There are NO mass produced, big box store stones, glass or wood used in my products !!!

This miniature cairn is constructed from smooth stones found along the shoreline of Scituate, Massachusetts. It is held together with a dab of E6000 glue and polyurethaned for that "wet" look. Best suited for indoors or outside in dry weather.

This miniature cairn measures approx. 1-3/4" wide x 1-1/2" tall. The smooth rocks are from the Scituate coastline. The thick, smooth slab of yellow glass is authentic historical SandwichGlass from Sandwich, MA..
Learn more about the history of this glass here: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/AmericanMadeJewelry/story

These cairns are the perfect gift for desktops, spiritual shrine or personal decor.

Cairns are packaged in sturdy boxes with a card indicating the origin and description of materials. Each is signed and dated by me.
Cairns (from the Gaelic term meaning “heap of stones”) have been around for many centuries. According to Wikipedia, a cluster of cairns on top of a prominent peak in southern Vermont could predate European exploration. American Indians in the Northeast used cairns for various use including landmarks, trail markers, burials, navigation, ceremonies, memorials, meditation and religious use. Stones were stacked and erected in many different sizes and shapes depending upon the use.

My cairns are constructed from stones, sea glass and driftwood from the beautiful Northeast coastlines. The stones are from the rocky coastline in Scituate, Massachusetts. The sea glass is over 100 years old and comes from Sandwich, Massachusetts where the Sandwich Glass Factory originated on the coast of Cape Cod. The driftwood is from Popham Beach, Maine where there are miles of rocky and sandy beaches and coastline.

All my stones, glass and driftwood are natural. There are NO mass produced, big box store stones, glass or wood used in my products !!!

This miniature cairn is constructed from smooth stones found along the shoreline of Scituate, Massachusetts. It is held together with a dab of E6000 glue and polyurethaned for that "wet" look. Best suited for indoors or outside in dry weather.

This miniature cairn measures approx. 1-3/4" wide x 1-1/2" tall. The smooth rocks are from the Scituate coastline. The thick, smooth slab of yellow glass is authentic historical SandwichGlass from Sandwich, MA..
Learn more about the history of this glass here: https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/AmericanMadeJewelry/story

These cairns are the perfect gift for desktops, spiritual shrine or personal decor.

Cairns are packaged in sturdy boxes with a card indicating the origin and description of materials. Each is signed and dated by me.

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Beautiful !!! Good Quality!!!Love them!!!Packaged pretty!!!

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