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This listing is for (1) freeform. The size of the freeform is an approximate weight of 660 grams with a height of 4.5" and thickness of 2.5". The crystal pictured is the only one in stock for this item, so you will receive the exact same piece. We take pride in the exceptional quality of our crystals.
Zodiac - Taurus, Scorpio
Chakra - Heart, Throat
This uplifting and eloquent stone is actually rarer than a diamond. Dating back billions of years, the emerald derives from the diverse mineral beryl. Its luster can range from transparent to opaque. Although located throughout the planet, it is found in abundance in South America. Derived from the French word emeraude, emerald is the birthstone for May. Throughout history the emerald has been revered. Hinduism teaches that the Goddess Meenakshi was made of emerald. Cleopatra, Alexander the Great and even the Spanish conquistadors delighted in its beauty. It adorned many a member of the Aztec and Inca civilizations. Often used to enhance meditative breathing exercises, the emerald is believed to deepen and sustain blissful relationships be they romantic or deep friendships. It is the purest of crystals and the “stone of flourishing love”. No wonder it belongs to the Heart Chakra. The emerald’s charm is beyond compare.
In its most precious form, beryl is an exquisite emerald. It is also a dazzling semi-precious aquamarine. Infrequently when yellow-hued, it is heliodor and as pink it is morganite. Beryl in its many color variations is a truly revered stone. Its name is derived from the ancient Sanskrit word meaning light green. The Italians say beryl as a description of a sea of green. Found globally, this crystal has been used to invite courage, optimism, enthusiasm, balance, and harmony. As it opens the Throat Chakra, it celebrates the Scorpion zodiac. Beryl can strengthen the body, mind and spirit connection. Sometimes known as a “soothsayer stone”, it can support clarity, intimacy, and joy. The vitality of this gemstone is remarkable. Simply stated, the beloved beryl is as amazing as it is enchanting.