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Amazonite Gemstones

What Exactly is Amazonite Gemstones

Introduction to Amazonite
Good luck isn’t just an eventuality, especially when you including an Amazonite crystal into your gemstone acquisition. With its flourishing tone of blue-green, the Amazonite crystal essence reflects the dense foliage of the Amazon rainforest, although it’s regularly found in Colorado alongside Smoky Quartz clusters. Amazonite Meaning Its also known as the “strength” stone, the Amazonite crystal is an extraordinary exhibition tool, especially when you include its energy into a daily meditation habit. To set up the most desirable backdrop for an invigorating conversion, escape into a holy space that has been cleansed and purified with a philosophic stick. Then, insert your Amazonite crystal stone with a powerful statement and take on the world with belief with a spirited “can-do” attitude. “”I can accomplish anything I set my mind to do.”” Say this mantra out loud and let the Amazonite crystal stone meaning work to intensify your intentions and affirmations.
Color
Recording back to ancient times, the brilliant blue-green hue of the Amazonite crystal was a distinctive feature of the lavish and opulent emperor tombs of Egypt. Combined with Lapis Lazuli and Carnelian, the famous gold mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamen is also enriched with Amazonite, bringing the dazzling color of tropical waters to the pure pyramids. Often regarded as a good luck charm, it was also a unique element in jewelry design, especially with ancient Indians, who took the support of its modest hardness and carved it into round cabochon shapes for setting in rings, pendants, and earrings.
A modern take on this ancient relic stone, our Play bracelet consolidates other important cleansing and purifying stones, including Aquamarine for a triple-dose of its energy clearing properties. Add a pop of color to your dresser while keeping your aura balanced and flowing smoothly, whatever your emotional forecast.”

Gemstone Color

Grey, Green, Blue, Purple

Gemstone Luster

Vitreous

Crystal
System

Triclinic crystal system

Chemical formula

KAlSi₃O₈

Gems Hardness

6 – 6.5

Mineral
Class

Microcline

Amazonite

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