The Dreamsphere is a Radiant Light Sphere, producing the purest most vibrant
The Dreamsphere is probably the nearest thing to the Arkenstone
in "The Hobbit" that you will find.
The Dreamsphere changes colour as
you turn it in your hand with a dazzling array
Here's the interesting part....THERE ARE
NO COLOURS, DYES, PIGMENTS or METALLICS inside these spheres!
They are simulated crystal spheres, twice as strong as
glass and hundreds of times more expensive to produce.
Colour without pigments?
The colours that we see in everyday life arise from the
use of pigments, dyes or colours contained in a
material, and these colours are known as fixed or
"static" colours. They will always be the same no matter
what angle they are viewed at.
The Dreamsphere does not use these static colours and
is, in theory, completely transparent. The other type of
colours we are able to see are known as "structural"
colours, and these are typically more brilliant and
striking than conventional "static" colours. The
of a butterfly, for example, rely
on having structural colour. Cells are arranged in a
geometric pattern at molecular level and are completely
invisible to the naked eye. These refract light at
different frequencies within the visible spectrum to
produce some of the most alarming and unusual colour
The use of
structural colour makes the Dreamsphere so radically
different from every other kind of sphere on Earth,
allowing you to see the purest, most eye-catching array
Modern technology and sophisticated equipment make it
possible to arrange cells at molecular level.....known
as nanotechnology, and the colours you see in a
Dreamsphere are the result of such
Each and every Dreamsphere is created by hand by myself under
controlled conditions before being hand-polished to a
wonderfully tactile finish, and every one is different,
allowing you to see some of the most interesting and
hypnotic colour combinations imaginable.
is therefore unique and can be used in a number of
different ways. It is different things to different
Some suggested applications include;
1. Decorative display at home as a focal point or
in a display cabinet as a personal possession and
2. As a Suncatcher used in Feng Shui to produce a
rainbow of colours inside a room and move stagnant chi.
3. A visually attractive shop display. Place in a
well-lit shop window, preferably on a turntable and
attract the attention of passers-by.
4. A meditation or scrying tool. To focus and clear the
mind. Lose yourself in the colours.
5. It can be used in colour therapy to relieve stress, worry and anxiety
or to affect your mood by viewing the colours.
6. An executive desk accessory. Radiating various
colours, this emotional balancer is ideal for busy
living rooms or offices.
The Large Dreamsphere
is now proving to be the most popular size.
It is probably the nearest thing to the Arkenstone that
you are likely to find anywhere.
Followers of "The Hobbit" will know exactly what this
No computer graphics....this is real, mysterious and
was a globe with a thousand facets; it shone like
silver in the firelight, like water in the sun, like
snow under the stars, like rain upon the Moon!"
Thorin Oakenshield, describing
the Arkenstone of Thrain