Take Relaxing Bath in the Exotic Crystal and Gemstone Bath Sculpture

If you prefer unique bathtubs over usual ones, then the Gemstone Sculpture bathtub will surely impress you and make you wish you could have one in your backyard. Obviously, its USP is the design, which is strikingly different from the typical ones. It looks very creative and exclusive, whether in terms of chosen material, shape or the special features that designers have included to carve it.

Dutch sculptor Jan-Carel Koster has created this unique, never to be repeated bath sculpture for GUIDERO Holland B.V. This 3- person bath sculpture is made from an 18000 kg block of Labradorite, which was formed billions of years ago.

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The most interesting thing about Labradorite magical stone (since it has healing spirituals properties) is that it flashes blue, red, green, yellow and orange colors with the diffraction of light. In addition, the sculpture is a mix of beautiful crystals such as Red Jasper, Golden Matrix, Sodalite, and Rose Quartz.

The bathtub with bulky stones weighs 7500 kg. Such is the artistic prowess behind it, that on first glance the crystal shine bath sculpture looks as if it was a naturally formed rock and not a creatively carved bathtub.

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The crystal bathtub also features stunning water cascades that add more natural feel to it. It is an ideal bathtub for people who want to bring natural beauty and harmony to their space.

Magical labradorite stone

Image: GUIDERO Holland

Gemstone Bath close view

Image: GUIDERO Holland

Gemstone Bath Sculpture by Jan-Carel Koster

Image: GUIDERO Holland

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