Azurite Malachite Meaning

This gemstone is a combination of Azurite with its shades of brilliant blue and the stunning Malachite. Please be aware that the dust off raw Malachite is toxic. Safe if polished. Azurite Malachite Meaning These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have…

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Aquamarine Gemstone Meaning

Aquamarine has been associated with many myths and legends throughout the centuries and it’s no wonder that it is known as a protective and calming gemstone. It comes in shades of light green to pure blue, indeed it’s named after the ocean and is the stone of mermaids. It’s also…

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Amber Gemstone Meaning

Amber meaning

Although Amber is not a gemstone, it’s included here because I use it in my jewellery and it looks stunning. It’s a fossilised resin and the beads I use are semi-fossilised known as Copal Amber. Do not place your Copal Amber jewellery near chemicals and protect it from harsh blows…

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Amethyst Meaning

How to use Amethyst These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have been made about the suitability of this stone or any stone for healing or for curing diseases. It’s important that if you’re in need of medical assistance, you consult with…

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Amazonite Meaning

Amazonite is a beautiful soothing and calming stone featuring the earthly tones of the Amazon. How to use Amazonite These gemstone meanings are traditional and are not a substitute to medical practices. No claims have been made about the suitability of this stone or any stone for healing or for…

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