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The Value of Bead and Pearl Stringing

The Value of Bead and Pearl Stringing

We are pleased to offer our customers bead and pearl stringing (and restringing) services. When our customers come in with a legacy piece that has ...

Opals, Opals, Opals

Opals, Opals, Opals

The opal has always been a treasured and popular stone for collectors and jewelry aficionados. In a previous century, Opal jewelry was often cut an...

Caring for Your Stones and Your Healing Toolkit

Caring for Your Stones and Your Healing Toolkit

Whether you use your stones for personal healing or in a healing practice, it is important to care for them, just as you would any other tool. Ston...

Contemplating Energy Healing

Contemplating Energy Healing

There are many types of energy work: Reiki, Crystal and Stone Therapy, Vibrational Healing, Pranic Healing and so many more! When you begin to expl...

A-Z Blog: Z is for Zebra Stone

A-Z Blog: Z is for Zebra Stone

Zebra Stone can show us our own true natures and help us see past illusion. It is a grounding stone which connects us to mother earth, and is a gre...

A-Z Blog: Y is for Yukonite

A-Z Blog: Y is for Yukonite

Yukonite was named for its origin location near Tagish Lake,  in Yukon Territory, Canada, this stone is related to the root chakra. It supports c...

A-Z Blog: X is for Xanthocroite

A-Z Blog: X is for Xanthocroite

Xanthocroite is found in Australia and Asia. It is a form of Greenockite. Greenockite was named in honor of Earl Charles Murray Cathcart, also kn...

A-Z Blog: W is for Watermelon Tourmaline

A-Z Blog: W is for Watermelon Tourmaline

Tourmaline - Watermelon Attract love Balance male and female energies Remove imbalances (and guilt) caused by conflicts and confusions Feed...

A-Z Blog: V is for Vanadanite

A-Z Blog: V is for Vanadanite

Vanadanite enhances meditation and promotes the conservation of wealth or energy, facilitates mental processes. Promotes thrift in spending and o...

A-Z Blog: U is for Unakite

A-Z Blog: U is for Unakite

Unakite is comprised of green Epidote and a pink to gray color of orthoclase or microcline with quartz. Discovered in the Unakas mountains of Nor...

A-Z Blog: T is for Triallite

A-Z Blog: T is for Triallite

Brazil: Lithium/Lepidolite, Blue Tourmaline and Lazulite Triallite facilitates meditation. Its tranquil serenity will envelop you an, encourage ...

A-Z Blog: S is for Scolecite

A-Z Blog: S is for Scolecite

Scolecite is a tectosilicate mineral belonging to the zeolite group; it is a hydrated calcium silicate. Scolecite was first described from Kaiserst...