Green Aventurine - Rose Quartz -  Seraphinite - Natural Jasper - Sodalite - Carnelian Necklace Crystals

Green Aventurine - Rose Quartz - Seraphinite - Natural Jasper - Sodalite - Carnelian Necklace Crystals

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Green Aventurine: Aventurine is a form of quartz, characterised by its translucency and the presence of platy mineral inclusions that give it a shimmering or glistening effect termed aventurescence.

Rose Quartz: The Rose Quartz has been used for many ages for healing purposes. The color of Rose Quartz is light pink. The rose quartz meaning is unconditional and universal love.

Seraphinite: Seraphinite is well-known as a superb healing crystal, offering balance and strength where these qualities are lacking. Many crystal healers love Seraphinite for its ability to bring light energy into the DNA, for accelerated healing. Its ability to focus on the Heart and Crown Chakras adds to its healing effects in these regions of the body.

Natural Jasper: The name Jasper means spotted or speckled stone and is derived from the Latin ‘iaspidem’, or the Old French ‘jaspre’. The speckles are caused by the inclusion of mineral, ash, or sediment within the structure of the crystal. Jasper is found all over the world, but most specimens come from India or Australia.

Sodalite:  stimulates the mind and consciousness to create enhanced intuition, creativity, and powers of analysis and observation. It can enhance the ability to be an objective witness of your internal processes, therefore assisting in meditation and inner journeying.

Carnelian: is a brownish-red mineral commonly used as a semi-precious gemstone. Similar to carnelian is sard, which is generally harder and darker. Both carnelian and sard are varieties of the silica mineral chalcedony colored by impurities of iron oxide. 


Reminder: These necklaces are made of natural materials; the color and pattern may vary from the one shown in the picture. due to lighting effects, display brightness/contrast settings, etc., the color tone of the picture and the actual object may be slightly different.