Crystal of the week — Moonlight Crystals

Crystal of the week: Tiger's Eye

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Crystal of the week: Tiger's Eye

Hello little gems and welcome to this week’s crystal of the week! I hope it’s been a lovely week for you so far. This week we are kicking off crystal of the week with a new day. It will now be held on Sundays. So, to kick start off the new day, this week’s crystal is: Tiger’s eye Tiger’s eye is found in large numbers in found in South Africa, but it can also come from Burma, Brazil, India, Western Australia and USA. This precious crystal is known as one of the most ancient talismans. It was first chosen by...

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Crystal of the week: Peacock Ore

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Crystal of the week: Peacock Ore

Hello beautiful souls. I hope you’ve had a fabulous weekend. Welcome back to yet another week of crystal of the week! This week’s crystal is a bright one: Peacock Ore Peacock Ore, original name Chalcopyrite, is one of the most beautiful stones I’ve come across to date. Chalcopyrite is a brass-yellow mineral with a chemical composition of CuFeS2. These give it a similar appearance to Pyrite and gold. It has been the most important ore of copper for thousands of years. Most Peacock Ore specimens are treated with acid to give them a blue and purple iridescence, which enhances their...

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Crystal of the week: Sodalite

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Crystal of the week: Sodalite

Welcome to crystal of week! This weeks crystal is a common crystal: Sodalite Sodalite is one of the youngest in gemstone years. This deep blue mineral gemstone was not discovered until 1806. But when it was found, it was found in Greenland. Once Sodalite was found it did not gain an appreciation as an ornamental gemstone until 1891. Large Sodalite crystals were found at this time in Ontario, Canada. Sodalite has now also been found in Brazil, India, Namibia, Russia and in Montana in the United States. Sodalite is not always deep blue in colouring. Sodalite colour can also be gray, purple, orange or yellow or...

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Crystal of the week: Ruby Fuchsite

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Crystal of the week: Ruby Fuchsite

Hello beautiful people and welcome back to this weeks CRYSTAL OF THE WEEEEEEEEEK! I hope you've all had a lovely weekend. Right, lets jump into it. This weeks crystal is: Ruby Fuchsite. Ruby Fuchsite is a beautiful combination of natural red Ruby crystals embedded in pale to medium green Fuchsite. These two combinations help to open and enhance psychic awareness meaning that it enhances the connection to spiritual realms. This crystal is perfect for anyone's collection. With the combination of Ruby and Fuchsite it is the perfect crystal for the Heart chakra. Ruby Fuchsite helps to clear any blockages within the Heart Chakra and fill the void with positive, loving...

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Crystal of the week: Malachite

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Crystal of the week: Malachite

Hello my little gems and welcome to crystal of the week. This weeks crystal is: Malachite I always here people ask what is Malachite? Well, it's simple really. Malachite is a green copper carbonate hydroxide mineral with a chemical composition of Cu2(CO3)(OH)2. Malachite was one of the very first ores used to make and produce copper metal. It is usually found in small quantities and usually is sold for higher prices for other types of use.Malachite is a unique green colour that does not fade over time or when exposed to light. So, you can keep one of these beauties in the window! Extra...

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