Welcome to ‘Now it’s Crystal Clear’ series! Today’s topic is all about Malachite.
Revered in ancient times, the Malachite stone has been used to make jewelry, bowls, vases, sculptures, pigments and other artifacts. Coming from the Greek word meaning “mallow”, this stone was named after the dark green leaves of the mallow tree.
Mines are found in Israel, Russia, Germany, England, Democratic Republic of Congo, France, Mexico, Sweden, parts of the United States and other areas around the world. [**]
Design: I’ve always been drawn to this stone — especially when it’s paired with gold or bronze. Also, being a Scorpio, it’s said to be a great stone to surround yourself with. Recently, I saw these malachite pieces that I had to get my hands on!
Decor: The Malachite stone and print are a great accent to add to your home! Pairing well with neutral colors and bright, bold prints — it’s a fun addition that will spice up any room. Bringing a calm, healing and transformative energy, the Malachite stone will open a meditative space for you to contemplate and enjoy. It’s also a must-have for those who live in a city to bring in the luscious green feel of nature. [***]
Welcome to ‘Now it’s Crystal Clear’ series! Today’s topic is all about Fluorite.
Immediately recognized for its fluorescence and vibrant colors, the Fluorite gemstone looks like no other!
Colors typically range from purple, blue, green, yellow, and pink — Fluorite is found as vein fillings in rocks that have been subjected to hydrothermal activity. [**] It can also occur with other minerals in the form of a host-rock or holding rock. Usually, it forms a host-rock with minerals like quartz, calcite, and barite. Found in South Africa, China, Mexico, Mongolia, Russia, South Africa, Spain and the U.S. [***]
One of the most collectible and highly sought after crystals in the world — it carries a calm, stable frequency that brings order to chaos. Known as the “Genius Stone,” Fluorite represents the highest state of mental achievement, boosting aptitude and discernment, the absorption of new information, and helping one work through complex issues. [****]