• Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs
  • Raw Amethyst Studs

Raw Amethyst Studs

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Sterling silver stud earrings feature organically shaped, raw gemstones. Some consider uncut, raw gemstones to carry the purest form of that stone's energy.  Studs measure approximately .25 inches long.

 

Amethyst: The word Amethyst comes from the Greek ‘amethystos’, meaning, “not drunken”, as it was thought to protect against inebriation. Amethysts were traditionally associated with the ancient Roman fertility and wine god, Bacchus, and the word amethyst in German is ‘bacchusstein’- the Bacchus Stone. Amethyst is believed to bring emotional stability and strength, especially in times of pain or grief. It is the soothing stone of sobriety and is helpful in dispelling addictions and destructive behaviors of all kinds. Light colored amethyst is associated with the crown chakra. Amethyst is the birthstone for February.

Black Tourmaline is a powerful protection and grounding stone, electrical in nature, providing a connection between Earth and the human spirit. It promotes self-confidence and power while neutralizing any internal negativity.

Pink Tourmaline ranges in color from plan pink to deep red; it joins love and spirituality, encouraging compassion and gentleness during periods of growth and changes.

Labradorite takes its name from the Labrador region of Canada. According to Inuit legend, the northern lights, or aurora borealis were once trapped inside the rocks along the Labrador coast. One day a warrior found the rocks and freed the lights with a blow of his spear. However, he did not free them all; some remain in their rocky prison to this day. It’s a soothing stone, primarily gray with flashes of blue, green, yellow, violet and sometimes orange. Labradorite is the Stone of Self-Love. It enhances the positive personality traits of it’s wearer, encouraging you to be the best you can, while discouraging the traits and actions that rob your energy and potential negativity. Labradorite brings out the best in people.

Quartz Druzies are found within the interior quartz of geodes. The sparkling tiny quartz crystals form with the natural evaporation of water on the surface of the stone

Citrine: The stone of happiness and sunshine! Derived from the Latin word for citrus, citrines are said to carry the power of the sun; thus, crystal therapists use them to this day for helping overcome depression, fears and phobias. Citrine’s sister stone is amethyst, and when heat-treated an amethyst will transform into a citrine. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy and clears negative energy of other stones, spaces and people. It is the birthstone for November.

Peridot is associated with the heart chakra and encourages healing, harmony and compassion in relationships of all kinds. It is known as a stone for prosperity and happiness and it’s high frequency vibrations aid in the manifestation of all desired things. Called a “gem of the sun” by the ancient Egyptians, peridot has always been associated with light and is believed to promote an open heart and protect from nightmares. Formed under extreme conditions deep within the earth, peridot has been mined from the tiny St. John’s Island (a.k.a. Zabargard) in the Red Sea for over 3,500 years. Today, most peridot is mined at the San Carlos Indian Reservation, in Arizona. It is the birthstone for August. 

 

Garnet is an energizing stone of commitment, honesty and hope Garnet’s can help one realize and enjoy the pleasures of earthly incarnation. This includes enhancing sensuality, sexuality, and intimacy in a balanced fashion. As such, garnet is a stone of love and passion. It is the birthstone for January.

Ruby: Known as Ratnaraj or “The King of Gems” in Sanskrit, rubies were once regarded as more beautiful and valuable than diamonds. Coming from the Latin rubeus meaning red, the finest, most vivid, reddish-purple rubies are called Pigeon’s Blood rubies. Associated with fire energy, ruby has always been a talisman of passion, love, protection, prosperity, faithful passionate commitment and closeness. Ruby evokes the sensual pleasures in life, stimulating the heart and increasing desire and sexual energy. All natural Rubies have imperfections within them, including color impurities and inclusions of Rutile needles known as “silk.” These inclusions help distinguish natural Ruby from synthetics and actually increase the rarity and value of the stone. Ruby is the birthstone for July.


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