Venus is the planet of beauty and love. It governs how we interact with others in our relationships, and it rules how affectionate we are, how we create beauty, and how much we love ourselves. Crystals associated with Venus soften us up and let our sensual and sentimental sideshow, allowing us to build meaningful relationships and connections with those we admire.
Rutilated Quartz is known for its translucent or transparent appearance, with needle-like inclusions of iron oxide that give it a distinctive look.
Smithsonite, a captivating gemstone, exhibits a delightful range of colors that can instantly captivate anyone's attention. From pastel hues of pink, blue, and green to vibrant shades of purple and yellow, the physical color of Smithsonite is truly mesmerizing.
K2 Stone combines minerals, like Granite, Azurite, Feldspar, Plagioclase, Biotite, Quartz, and Mica, so, it is part of more than one mineral group.
Gemologists, crystal healers, and scientists have all found Olivenite fascinating. Olivenite, a copper arsenate mineral, is exceptionally beautiful. The occasional clusters of sharp, acicular crystals make a little olive-green forest appear.
Wulfenite is a Lead Molybdate (PbMoO4), categorized under the Scheelite group of minerals. It’s usually seen in striking orange but may be red, yellow, brown, or gray.
When you look at Coral, the first thing that may catch your eye is its vibrant pink or red color. Did you know that Coral can also come in blue, black, and white? Coral is a marine animal made of Calcium Carbonate, typically found in warm and shallow waters.
Diaspore is a fascinating gemstone, also known as Sultanite/Zultanite. It exhibits a striking color range from yellow-green to brownish-pink, depending on the angle of the light. It also has a physical property of a vitreous luster and a hardness of 6.5 to 7, making it a durable and desirable gemstone for jewelry
Danburite is a beautiful crystal that typically appears colorless or pale yellow. Its chemical composition is calcium borosilicate, which has a hardness of 7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale. These crystals are usually prismatic and have a vitreous or glassy luster.
Goshenite is the clear, white, or colorless variety of Beryl. It’s a sister crystal to Emerald and Aquamarine. While it hasn’t trended as much as Diamonds, for its lack of color, like in Green or Blue Beryl, its clarity is often linked to higher powers.
Demantoid Garnet is a rare gemstone, highly prized for its stunning green color. The shade of green can range from yellow-green to olive green and sometimes have brown or yellow secondary hues.
Auralite 23 is a unique crystal known for its striking appearance, with shades of purple, red, and orange blending together in a beautiful display.