A somewhat rare crystal mined in the Kola Peninsula in Russia. Even more rare is the magnificent coloring of this specimen. This petal-shaped cabochon measures 15.5mm by 28mm and is set in a hand-made silver, open-back, setting. The pendant itself measures 1.82 inches long by 0.66 inch wide at widest point.
Amazing addition to your Eudialyte jewelry collection.
Russian Eudialyte meaning:
The name Eudialyte comes from a Greek phrase eu dialytos, which means well soluble or decomposable. Eudialyte stone decomposes in acid.
Eudialyte can also be labeled almandine spar, eudialite or Saami blood crystal.
Eudialyte metaphysical properties:
Eudialyte helps make your talents accessible. Other Eudialyte properties attracts all the resources you need to be successful. It offers great financial protection as well.
Eudialyte healing properties:
This is a very grounding stone and helpful with digestion and joints.