HOWLITE, GREY JADE + SODALITE 10MM BRACELET

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HOWLITE, GREY JADE + SODALITE 10MM BRACELET. The perfect combination.
All jewels are Made in Italy in the eternal city of Rome. We only use the finest mineral stones available. All the stones are double checked. Before shipping we will send you by email a picture of your unique and precious jewel to arrive.
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Stones
Size
Packaging
Weight
12 mm Sodalite beads
Custom made to your wrist
Arrives in a Luxurious Box
43 grams (1.51 Ounce)
Size of your wrist in cm / inches
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Description

Grey Jade

Indigenous tribes of Mexico, Central and South America, and New Zealand carved it into deity masks and ritual artifacts, even cast it into wells as an offering to the water spirits for fresh and plentiful water. Jade has been the most highly esteemed stone in China throughout recorded history, and was valued for its beauty and powers of healing and protection.

Mining: Deposits have been found in New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, China, Canada, Zimbabwe, Russia, Taiwan, Alaska and Poland. The main source of jadeite is Myanmar (Burma), which is also the only source of imperial jadeite. Jadeite is also found in Japan, Canada, Guatemala, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, Cuba and the USA.

Historical and cultural references: Jade is said to bless whatever it touches, serving mankind across the globe for nearly 6,000 years. For primitive peoples in the British Isles, its toughness, and ability to polish and sharpen made it a favored stone for axe heads, knives and weapons.
Shield negative energy with the protective characteristics of Grey Jade. The natural characteristics of the stone include subtle nuances in color, pattern, and texture. No two pieces are alike and will vary slightly from the picture. Inspired by the beauty of Bermuda.

 

Howlite

Howlite, a calcium borosilicate hydroxide (Ca2B5SiO9(OH)5), is a borate mineral found in evaporite deposits. Howlite was discovered near Windsor, Nova Scotia in 1868 by Henry How (1828–1879), a Canadian chemist, geologist, and mineralogist.[5][6] How was alerted to the unknown mineral by miners in a gypsum quarry, who found it to be a nuisance. He called the new mineral silico-boro-calcite; it was given the name howlite by James Dwight Dana shortly thereafter.

Mining: Canada, Los Angeles, USA.

Historical and cultural references: A raw natural howlite gemstone for your collection.  Howlite is a stone of surrender and new beginnings. It promotes positive change and new discoveries. It aids in creating new paths and adventures. To prevent insomnia, place a howlite stone under your pillow at night.    Placed in your pocket, howlite will absorb anger.  Physically, howlite is useful for balancing calcium levels and improving bone and teeth healthiness.

 

Sodalite

Blue is a rare color for rocks and minerals. When was the last time you found a rock with a vivid blue color? Have you ever found one in nature? When a blue rock – especially one capable of serving as a gem material – is found it immediately has a market. Sodalite is a rare rock-forming mineral best known for its blue to blue-violet color. It has a chemical composition of Na4Al3Si3O12Cl and is a member of the feldspathoid mineral group. High-quality sodalite is used as a gemstone, a sculptural material, and an architectural stone.
Mining: USA, Namibia; Golden, Canada, Russia, Greenland.
Historical and cultural references: Dating back to ancient civilizations, the Sodalite crystal meaning is linked to the ethereal energy that promotes the highest form of self-expression. Sculptors, painters, and artists were known to carry Sodalite for inspiration. The Sodalite crystal stone meaning has a long held association with the color of the heavens. During the Renaissance, this particular shade of blue was considered a sacred color (sacre bleu) and was often used to color the robes of Mother Mary and the Archangel Michael, a warrior-archangel with a flaming sword.
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