Storm glass weather predictor and barometer in the shape of a drop - weather forecast. These unique and decorative storm glasses will respond to atmospheric weather changes in a mysterious way and have been used on ships since the 1850s. It was even used by Charles Darwin to predict the weather when he was on his way to the Galapagos. The crystals will change shape depending on the current weather. Wet and foggy weather can be expected when crystals are visible. Turbid glass with small crystals would tell Charles Darwin that the storm was on its way and clear glass would mean clear weather.
Based on pressure and atmospheric changes, it predicts weather forecast
These decorative glasses will respond to atmospheric changes. They all have their own beautiful unique shape and stand that would look great on your shelves. The drops are placed on a nice wooden pedestal and can be placed anywhere. A storm glass drop works best when placed near a window and left to sediment for 2 weeks.
Nice wooden pedestal
The glass drop is placed on a nice wooden stand
Material: glass and wood
Dimensions small glass: 8 x 8 x 13,5 cm
Dimensions large glass: 11,5 x 11,5 x 22 cm
Small glass weight: 311 grams
Large glass weight: 740 grams
Materials: glass, wood and liquid
1x Storm glass - a large drop