Chrysocolla 19 beads 10x14mm

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Name Beads Size Length Weight
Chrysocolla 19 10x14mm 27+6cm 60g

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Description

Chrysocolla handmade komboloi created with 19 natural Gemstone Chrysocolla beads in barrel shape of 10x14mm diameter with original tibetan silver metals, 33cm total length, 27cm + 6cm tassel, and 60g total weight. It comes with a free gift pouch.

Chrysocolla is a very peaceful stone that soothes and calms us in times of stress. It connects with the Throat Chakra, helping you to create a conscious flow of words to express yourself. It gently draws off negative energies of all kinds, especially in times of transition, such as breakups or job loss. It is a wonderful stone to wear on a daily basis as a support stone or to help calm your emotions. Chrysocolla helps to face challenges and changes with ease, inspiring inner balance and self-awareness. It also increases your capacity to love.
Crystallography Refractive Hardness Gravity Birefringence Formula
Monoclinic 1.530 to 1.543 6.5 to 7 2.60 to 2.64 0.023-0.040 (Cu,Al)2H2Si2O5(OH)4

IGS (International Gem Society) Chrysocolla often forms as a gel mixed with silica and hardens to a blue material that is basically a Chrysocolla-saturated quartz. This material is very hard (7), wears well, and is often seen in jewelry. Chrysocolla mixed with malachite is often sold as Eilat Stone and comes from many localities; the color is blue to bluegreen, S.G. = 2.8-3.2. Material of fine blue color but very little silica tends to be brittle and crumbles easily, making it impossible to cut stones for jewelry purposes. Stellarite is the trade name for a light blue mixture of chrysocolla and quartz. Parrot-wing is a mixture of chrysocolla and jasper, with a brownish green appearance. Name: In Greek Chrysos means golden and kolla means glue. This name was applied to a material used by the Greeks in soldering metals, a function now fulfilled by borax. Eilat Stone takes its name from Eilat, Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.