Opal Ganesha Statue - The Deva Shop
Rose, Opal and Jade Ganeshas
Opal Ganesha Statue - The Deva Shop
Opalite Ganesha Statue
Opal Ganesha Statue
Opalite Ganesha Statue
Opal and Jade Ganeshas - The Deva Shop

Opalite Ganesha Statue


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Exquisite + Divine, unbelievably beautiful Opalite Ganesha Statue artistically carved out of opalite by artisan craftsman in India. Place near a window and watch the sunlight dazzle and shine through this beautiful Ganesha made of solid opalite.

Irridescent hues delight the eyes and bring us the much-needed peace that Ganesha brings to our homes, workspace or anywhere we choose to place this exquisitely carved piece. Ganesha is known as the remover of obstacles and the Lord of Auspiciousness. 

These are wonderful for meditation. Add them to your sacred space for a boost in concentration, peace, and quieting of the mind for your meditation practice. 

Om Gam Ganeshaya

  • Slightly over 3 inches high, weighs over 6 ounces of solid Opalite
  • This is for one Opalite Ganesha Statue, others pictured are our Rose Quartz and Jade Ganesha sold separately. 
  • Handcarved in Jaipur, India by highly skilled murti artisans.
  • Slight variations naturally occur in each piece. Since each piece is crafted by artisans and hand-polished, there are beautiful but slight variations from one piece to the next. These are not considered defects. 

Opalite benefits include a creativity boost and inspiration. It is also known for swiftly uplifting one’s mood and bringing about a more lighthearted attitude towards life, which we all need to be reminded to have sometimes. Their iridescent hue is so, so beautiful. We recommend cleaning this piece with a microfiber cloth or water. 

Ganesha is the elephant-headed deity, son of Shiva and Parvati. He is known as the scribe for the Mahabharata, the biggest epic ever composed and worshipped extensively throughout India and all over the world. He is invoked first during ritualistic worship in Hinduism, known as puja, as his blessings are sought for auspiciousness to one and all.