|Material||925 Sterling Silver|
|Dimensions||1.7cm (w) x 2.6cm (l) x 1.2cm (d)|
|Warranty||Lifetime manufacturing guarantee on workmanship|
Turquoise is a copper aluminum phosphate mineral. It has a striking blue colour which is caused by the presence of copper while the greener shades of Turquoise are due to the presence of Iron. This crystal is a master healer that gives forth a purifying energy which dispels negativity. It is a healer of the spirit, providing a gentle, soothing energy and peace of mind. It induces wisdom and understanding and allows for trust and kindness. It allows us to recognise the beauty in all things and stimulates the initiation of romantic love. It is a stone for self-forgiveness and self-acceptance and encourages one to be kind to oneself. Physically, it can aid in the absorption of nutrients, eliminate headaches and stimulate the regeneration of damaged tissues of the body.
Pyrite is a common mineral that is brassy-yellow in colour. It is an Iron Sulfide and is also known as ‘Fool’s gold’ due to its resemblance to Gold. It occurs in many interesting shapes such as small cubes which create a glistening effect when rotated in the light. Pyrite is a highly protective stone as it is able to shield you from negative energies from people, places, and objects. It is helpful when recalling information as it is able to stimulate the intellect. It allows one to see past the illusion and seeing the truth behind all words and actions. Pyrite resonates with the energies of the sun and can be joyous and uplifting. It can be used in the treatment and healing of all bone diseases, disorders of the lungs, and protect against flu and inflammation.
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All crystal information provided on our website are taken from various sources and summarised for your convenience. This metaphysical information is general in nature and should never replace professional advice.