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Lapis Lazuli beads£6.00 – £55.00
Tags: Chip Beads, Round Beads.
Lapis Lazuli Bracelets£3.95
Tag: Chip bracelets.
Lapis Lazuli Cabochons£0.60 – £35.95
Tags: Bullet Cabochons, Oval Cabochons, Rose Cut Cabochons, Round Cabochons.
Lapis Lazuli Egg Carvings£12.50 – £14.00
Lapis Lazuli Palmstones£3.55
Lapis Lazuli Specimens / Rough£3.50 – £55.00
Lapis Lazuli Tumblestones£1.25 – £5.95
Tags: Large Tumblestones, Medium Tumblestones, Small Tumblestones.
Information about Lapis Lazuli
Lapis Lazuli is a dark blue stone formed from multiple minerals, including Sodalite, Lazurite, and Pyrite. It has been prized since ancient times as a dye and a status symbol – the Ancient Egyptians especially coveted it, and you can find many examples of ancient Lapis beads from their culture.
Lapis is found in several places worldwide – the two main sources are Afghanistan and Pakistan, but large quantites are found in Russia and Chile.
Spirituality and Crystal Healing with Lapis Lazuli
It is one of the birthstones for December, and makes a great gift.
Some people consider Lapis to be a peaceful healing stone, protecting against psychic attack and negative energies. It is also thought to help with verbal communication, allowing the holder to speak more clearly and expressively, as well as aid learning, intellect, and memory.
It is also used to help with the immune system, the nervous system, and particularly the throat, vocal chords and thyroid.
Lapis is considered to be particularly effective with the Third Eye Chakra and the Throat Chakra.