A few days later these beauties are home with me. They are about 10" in height, perfect for a coffee or hall table. They are made of solid Austrian lead crystal and weigh a ton!
I've always wanted to add a pair of quartz or crystal obelisks to my decorative accessories pool, however, they are usually very pricey ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. I like the stately symmetry, glam and a touch of luxury obelisks add to a space.
You could pair two different sizes together like this:
Or two of the same size like this:
Or group a few different sizes together to maximize the impact like this: I drool over this dining nook.
Don't you just love these quartz obelisks? A pair of them can easily go for over 10 grands!
Or the most conventional way like this on a hall table.
Eventually I think I will get a pair of natural quartz obelisks (perhaps with Lotto Max?), but for now, I am happy with what I have. If you are interested in learning more about decorating with obelisks, you can check out Obelisk Decorating Blog and Matters of Style blog.