Tues Dec 5 - 12-4pm EST
Time for a tasty treat! This crystal show is inspired by a Gingerbread house! All of the vibrant crystals from Blue Calcite, Phophosiderite & Aventurine represent the tasty sweets you decorated your house with as a kid! We also have a great collection of Black Flower Agate slabs, Peach Moonstone & Yooperlite to represent the base.
These crystals together make for a great holiday display!
Enjoy this show from 12-4pm EST!
About the stones:
Blue calcite, a calming crystal, exhibits soothing blue hues. Known for enhancing communication and clearing negative energies, it's used for emotional healing. Remarkably, blue calcite is phosphorescent, meaning it can emit a subtle glow after exposure to light.
Phosphosiderite, a lilac to purple gemstone, is admired for its calming properties and connection to the heart chakra. It's believed to foster emotional healing and spiritual growth. Unique fact: Its name is derived from the Greek words for "light" and "iron."
Blue Aventurine, a calming crystal, is cherished for its tranquil energy and association with the throat chakra. It's believed to enhance communication and self-expression. Unique fact: Aventurine is often called the "stone of opportunity," believed to bring luck and prosperity.
Black Flower Agate, an intriguing gemstone, exhibits delicate floral patterns on a dark background. Renowned for grounding energy and emotional stability, it's used in meditation practices.
Peach Moonstone, a captivating gem, radiates warm, nurturing energy and is linked to the sacral chakra. Celebrated for enhancing intuition and emotional balance, it's often used in jewelry for its ethereal beauty. Unique fact: Moonstone is associated with lunar deities in various cultures.
Yooperlite, a rare fluorescent rock found in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, emits a vibrant glow under UV light, revealing bright colors like orange and green. Unique fact: The term "Yooperlite" was coined by Erik Rintamaki, the rock's discoverer, combining "Yooper" (UP resident) and "lites" (for its luminescence).