This gemstone reminds me of blood rose petals fallen on the fresh rained fertile ground. Beautiful gemstones with good polis and ready to be transformed into amazing jewellery.
Just the reddish coloured material that can be seen is the mineral Eudialyte.
The location where Eudialyte is found helps with correct identification because this is a rare and complicated mineral.
Eudialyte is known to have as many as 46 different chemical elements.
Found in alkaline igneous rocks, eudialyte is mined primarily in Mount Saint Hilaire in Canada and the Kola Peninsula in Russia.
Stones can also be found in Greenland, Norway and Arkansas in the USA.
Eudialyte grades 5 to 5.5 on Mohs scale of mineral hardness.
Lower grade material tends to be used for decorative purposes whilst the finest specimens are highly sought after by dealers and collectors.
**The back of these stones is unpolished and might present a bit of green polishing compound that wasn't properly cleaned.
In this case we advise that you create designs with closed back.
** Please properly inspect the front and back photos.
-It is said to help with self love and aids giving love to others.
-It's known as a stone of friendship and forgiveness.
-It facilitates extra sensory perception (ESP) and has been used to help optic nerve disorders.
-Eudialyte replenishes energy levels in cases of over exertion and increases vitality.
-It can offer support and strength if you're run down or recovering from minor illness.
Healing crystal meanings are spiritual supports to healing, not prescription or healthcare information