Azurite was known in ancient times as the "Decision maker". This blue stone is said to assist the flow of energy through the nervous system, helping the body utilise its oxygen and strengthening the blood. A powerful assistance to meditation, it cuts through illusion and enhances dormant abilities allowing greater mental control and ease of decision making. Inspires creativity, intuition and bodily well-being.
Malachite: The ancients believed that the green stripes are a clear indication of the mineral's healing power. It is said to aid the functions of the pancreas and spleen, tissue regeneration, circulatory system and assists in a good night's sleep. An excellent balancer emotionally and physically while nurturing visualisation.
Azurite, a blue mineral, is often associated with the green mineral malachite. Both are basic carbonated of copper, and are formed by the alteration of copper sulphide minerals. The most important deposits of azurite and malachite occur at Chessy, near Lyon, in France; in the Ural Mountains of Russia; in Australia; and in Arizona. They have been used widely as gemstones since ancient times. Azurite-Malachite is a naturally occurring combination of these two beautiful elements. It has a spectacular combination of deep blue and green colors. The color blue is said to calm the state of anxiety, and green initiates the healing force.
All bead necklaces are finished with black satin cord in your choice of overall length from 18" to 24". All wire wrapped pendants are available on 24" or 30" black satin or black leather cords-your choice.
Azurite Malachite Beads
Wire Wrapped in
Gold Filled Wire
(approx. 1" long)
Beads with Silver
Plated & Lapis
The gemstone beads and pendants we use are all natural. People who love natural stone jewelry accept and relish the fact that natural stone is not a sterile gem quality, but shows the variations and adverse climatic conditions under which it was created. In any natural stone there will be imperfections if viewed from a gemstone mindset. Natural stone is beautiful and unique because of its often rough or scarred appearance. If you have a question about the piece you are interested in, contact me.