Afghan Lapis Lazuli 8mm gem triangle cabochon 1ct la18
 
 
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                Afghan Lapis Lazuli 8mm gem triangle cabochon 1ct la18 Featured Afghan Lapis Lazuli comes from personal collection of highest quality Lapis Lazuli mined in Afghanistan in early 60’s, way before the Russian and the latest US Coalition invasion of Afghanistan, and the way before the decline and disarray of the Afghan mining industry. That's why our Lapis Lazuli color and the quality is superior and incomparable to low quality or dyed Lazuli material widely available on the market today.
                Non of the other Lapis Lazuli sources come close to a natural color, quality and beauty of the best Afghan Lapis Lazuli!

                Superb Natural Gemstone
                Afghan Lapis Lazuli 8mm gem triangle cabochon 1ct

                Afghan Lapis Lazuli - for Gemstone collectors, for Mystic and positive energy as an amulet, for Jewellery designers (as a cabochon or other setting)

                British penny coin not included and shown for size comparing only.
                Afghan Lapis Lazuli 8mm gem triangle cabochon 1ct la18

                Lapis lazuli
                Mohs Hardness: 5-6. Lapis lazuli is a rock, not a mineral and is formed from more than one mineral. The finest color is intense blue, lightly dusted with small flecks of golden pyrite. Stones with no white calcite veins and only small pyrite inclusions are more prized. Lapis lazuli is a relatively rare, semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense blue color. The English word azure, the French azur, the Italian azzurro, the Spanish and the Portuguese azul are cognates. Taken as a whole, lapis lazuli means "stone of Lazhward". Lapis lazuli has been mined in the Badakhshan province of Afghanistan for over 6,000 years, and trade in the stone is ancient enough for lapis jewelry to have been found at Predynastic Egyptian sites, could also be found in the Siwa Oasis in the Western Libyan desert, and lapis beads at neolithic burials in Mehrgarh, the Caucasus, and even as far from Afghanistan as Mauritania.

                LAPIS LAZULI - associated with truthfulness, openness, inner power, love, purification, intuition, a sense of wonder and mystery, positive magic, self-confidence, virility, manifestation, an appreciation of mystery, psychic ability and tranquillity. This stone is also considered strengthening to mind and body. Lapis lazuli allows us to tap our own inner power while purifying the soul and the thoughts. Helps us contact
                our spirit guardians.


                Lapis Lazuli Stone of total awareness, activates throat, third eye and crown chakras, emotional balancing, PMS, protection, insomnia, dreaming, women’s healing, depression, infections.

                The Twelve Tribes of Israel In Exodus 28:17-21, specific gemstones were associated with the twelve tribes of Israel. People of Jewish heritage may wish to select their birthstones based on tribal names. Historians have complied several lists of which stone goes with each name. Lapis Lazuli is associated with the tribe of Issachar.

                 
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