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Altar base - Indian rosewood and brass

Altar base - Indian rosewood and brass

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Altar base - Indian rosewood and brass

The handmade altar base is made of durable and solid Indian rosewood. The top is beautifully clad in pressed brass. The sides of the altar base are skillfully decorated with moldings and chamfered patterns. The sturdy, beautifully turned legs emphasize the luxurious, but at the same time restrained design language of the altar stand.

Product information

  • Material: Indian rosewood and brass
  • Dimensions: width approx. 300mm x depth approx. 300mm x height approx. 150mm.
  • The product is delivered already assembled.

Symbol meaning

For millennia, altars have been sanctified places where people have communicated with gods, goddesses, ancestral spirits and other beings they consider sacred. With the help of various rituals, the altars have also established a connection with Mother Earth, which controls the cycle of birth, death and rebirth.

Because of this, the altars are also the most central and visible elements of Semiphoras. The goal of our philosophy is to bring different altars, both small and large, depending on the need, into every home and the rituals performed at them a part of everyday life. The altar and altar work adapts to each individual's personal frame of reference and belief system. It functions as a subconscious, psychological, spiritual, spiritual, occult, meditative and sacred area, giving everyone the opportunity to listen to their innermost self and its intuitive guidance during the process of personal growth. The altar also serves as a tangible reminder, an aesthetic arrangement and a visually significant focal point in any space. It asks us to stop and take a breath, but also to regularly engage in the ritual we have committed to. Altar work is at the same time a return to the same ancient experience of holiness that people have sought throughout the ages at various altars.

Ritual use

The purpose of the altar is to help focus thoughts and feelings and to combine conscious effort and the symbolic language of the subconscious into one powerful working entity. When used correctly, altar work is one of the most powerful ways to produce the desired results and help bring about changes.

Note! The brass parts of the altar are patinated with a water-based stain. Cleaning with a dry cloth.

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