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OUR STORE IS CLOSED BUT WE STILL HAVE INVENTORY TO VIEW BY PRIVATE SHOWING

OUR STORE IS CLOSED BUT WE STILL HAVE INVENTORY TO VIEW BY PRIVATE SHOWING After servicing our accounts for 20 years from our Sonoma location we have now closed our store and will now be servicing via E-commerce. For quotes on availability and prices  on what’s seen on our website; PLEASE CALL: 707.939.9392 10 am – 5pm...

What Buddha Quote Inspires You?

What  Buddha Quote Inspires You? Buddhism is a philosophy, a moral code, and, for some a religious faith which originated 2,500 years ago in India. It offers a diagnosis of the suffering of mankind and provides a formula for individuals to resolve that suffering. It offers a moral code based on compassion and non-violence. Through  meditation Buddhism offers a way to achieve spiritual insight and provides a path to reach a deeper understanding of the nature of reality. Directing inwards, Buddhism offers a practical way to connect with everyday life and with others. Though the Buddha himself wrote nothing his teaching was...

The Rams Head Fountain in Travertine Marble

The Rams Head Fountain in Travertine Marble One of my favorite travertine fountains is The Rams Head. The animal symbolism of the ram speaks of: Power, Force, Drive, Energy, Virility, Protection, Fearlessness. A look into mythology will reveal the ram was associated with many gods over time. All admirable traits for a god amongst the people! The Celtic god Cernunnus is shown with the ram. Some depictions show him seated with a ram-headed snake by his side a symbolic gesture of renewal and power. In ancient Egypt the god Amun-Ra took on the persona of Khnum, the creator god who was always depicted with a ram’s head. In...

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