Globe weather forecast - predictor storm glass meteorological decoration barometer reacts to the weather in a mysterious way. The decoration has been used on ships since 1750. It was even used by Charles Darwin to predict the weather when he was on his way to the Galapagos Islands. The crystals change shape depending on the current weather.
Weather forecast - Glass globe on the table
Weather forecast hidden in a globe - Place the globe by the window
When the crystals are visible, wet and foggy weather can be expected. A cloudy glass with small crystals would tell Charles Darwin that a storm was coming, and a clear glass would mean clear weather. The decorative glasses of the globe also react to atmospheric changes . Storm glasses work best when placed near a window and allowed to sit for 2 weeks. Keep in mind that this very pretty ornament is not always a 100% accurate barometer, but neither is a meteorologist!
Beautiful packaging for gifting as well
Meteorological glass decoration Glóbus has a unique beautiful packaging that will stand out on the shelves in the living room or study. The globe is placed on a luxurious glass stand. The decoration will be a wonderful gift for your loved ones, it will enchant them at first sight.
- Luxury packaging
- Used by Charles Darwin
- It reacts to the weather
- Material: glass and liquid
- Product dimensions: 14.5 x 10 x 19 cm
- Weight: 442 grams
1x Glass meteorological globe decoration