Crystals

  • Sunstone - Joy to go

    Sunstone is a plagioclase feldspar which has a shine of almost copper color to it. It’s sourced from Norway, Sweden and the United States on the Mo...
  • Pink Amethyst - is it dyed, fake? Why is it so expensive and popular?

    Pink Amethyst is just as it’s purple counterpart a type of Quartz with a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness. It’s found only in one place ...
  • Grape Agate - sparkly & bubbly and not really Agate

    Grape Agate is a trade name for purple crystals with botryoidal habits, giving it the cute shape of many bubbles/grapes stuck together. Mineralogi...
  • Larimar - why is it so expensive ?

    Larimar is a rare mineral silicate mineral pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic. It is more rare than a high quality Diamond and just lik...
  • Tourmalinated Quartz - the best of both worlds

    We know about Clear Quartz the master healer, remember ? Yes ? Loved her! And we know about black tourmaline right ? Well this baby is both! Tourma...
  • Moss Agate - the gardeners stone

    Moss Agate is one of my all time favorite crystals, not only for its healing properties, but also just for looks. Who can resist all these layers, ...
  • Clear Quartz - the master healer

    Clear Quartz (SiO2) is a clear to milky white crystal from the Quartz Family, but there's actually more to it. It can be mined almost everywhere on...
  • Rose Quartz - the stone of universal love

    Rose Quartz is a crystal (SiO2) of light pink color, which fades in the sunlight and therefor also comes in very light, almost white hues.  This cr...