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Our Materials

We only work with high-quality, enduring materials, such as 925 silver with 18K gold plated, set with semi-precious gemstones that are ethically sourced for sustainability.

Agate

A translucent variety of microcrystalline quartz. It is used as a semiprecious stone when it is of desirable quality and color. Agate generally forms by the deposition of silica from groundwater in the cavities of igneous rocks.

Amazonite

A bluish-green to greenish-blue gem material that is made into cabochons, beads, and tumbled stones. It is a color variety of microcline, a potassium-rich member of the feldspar mineral group. Amazonite often associated with fluidity, playful and optimistic.

Cat's Eye

A gemstone polished into a cabochon that displays a narrow band of concentrated light going accross the width of the stone. This effect, known as chatoyancy, or cat's eye effect, is caused by inclusions of fine, slender parallel mineral fibers in the gemstone that reflect light in a single band.

Aquamarine

Comes from the Latin aqua marinus, meaning "water of the sea," and refers to its sparkling ocean-like color, aquamarine’s fresh watery hue is a cool plunge into a refreshing pool. The pale blue, transparent crystal is a member of the Beryl family.

Moonstone

Moonstone is a sodium potassium aluminium silicate of the feldspar group that displays a pearly and opalescent schiller. moonstone is in its energy—a nourishing, sensual, deeply feminine energy that knows how to heal and bring you back to wholeness. It is the stone of the mother moon, deep healing waters, and sacred feminine energies.

Mother of Pearls

As a shiny, smooth, iridescent internal layer of a mollusk shell, also known as nacre. It is the same material that pearls are made of. Healing Properties: Mother of pearl is said to be a stress relieving stone that has a calming and soothing feeling. It is associated with faith, charity and innocence.

Opal

Opal’s microscopic arrays of stacked silica spheres diffract light into a blaze of flashing colors. An opal’s color range and pattern help determine its value. Fireworks. Jellyfish. Galaxies. Lightning. Opal’s shifting play of kaleidoscopic colors is unlike any other gem.

Morganite

Like its cousins emerald and aquamarine, morganite is a variety of the beryl mineral species. This gem gets its subtle blush when a trace amount of manganese makes its way into morganite’s crystal structure. Morganite is the pink to orange-pink variety of beryl, a mineral that includes emerald and aquamarine.

Prehnite

Considered a stone of unconditional love and the crystal to heal the healer. It enhances precognition and inner knowing.

Pink Crystal

This pink gemstone can help to calm your emotions, relax your body and surround you with nurturing energy. Many believe that pink gemstones promote self-love, self-worth and self-acceptance–just love of all kinds

Sunstone

Sunstone, a member of the feldspar group, can be an orthoclase feldspar or a plagioclase feldspar, depending on chemistry. Both can show aventurescence. “Sunstone” applies to the gem’s appearance. Sunstone’s phenomenal varieties show a distinct and lively glitter called aventurescence.

Spinel

Various shades of red, blue, green; also brown, black, gray, lilac, purple, orange, orange-red, rose, nearly colorless. Although frequently confused with ruby, spinel stands on its own merits. Available in a striking array of colors, its long history includes many famous large spinels still in existence. The Black Prince’s Ruby. The Timur Ruby. For centuries, spinel, the great imposter, masqueraded as ruby in Europe’s crown jewels.

Zircon

Is a natural gemstone, zircon is a beautiful, naturally occurring stone with tremendous fire and dispersion.

Strawberry Crystal

Assists in bringing balance to the psyche, the emotions, and the subtle energy bodies.

Blueberry Stone Quartz Cabochon

Assists in bringing balance to the psyche, the emotions, and the subtle energy bodies..