Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant - Arkadia Designs
Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant - Arkadia Designs
Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant
Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant - Arkadia Designs
Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant - Arkadia Designs
Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant

Apatite, Blue-fire Moonstone & Aquaprase 14 kt Gold Pendant

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GP052

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Specifications
Item Code: GP052
Metric Dimensions: 30 x 8 x 7mm
Imperial Dimensions: 1 ⅛” x ⅓” x ¼”
Weight: 12 Carats ( 2.4 grams)

Unique Qualities
A rare neon blue Apatite is set between a double loop bail above a 2 carat AAA grade Rainbow Moonstone cabochon with a 2.5 carat  Aquaprase cabochon dangling below. This majestic trio of glowing gems radiate joy and angelic vibrations. Aquaprase is a rare newly discovered gemstone variety of chalcedony with vibrant bluish-green color that’s found in only one location in Africa. A combination of Chromium, Nickel and Zinc contribute to the unique powder blue- to bluish green color spectrum.

Apatite is a phosphate mineral which forms in tabular, prismatic hexagonal crystals. Gem quality crystals range from electric blue and indigo to bright yellows and greens. Blue Apatite helps to rase the kundalini energy and revitalizes the third-eye and throat chakras. Yellow Apatite stimulates, the solar plexus chakra, awakening will-power, a sense of optimism and belief.

 

Aquaprase is a newly discovered gemstone variety of chalcedony with vibrant bluish-green color and comes from a non-disclosed location in Africa. The color of Aquaprase is associated with the throat chakra and the pure energy of expression. Aquaprase is a unification of the sea, clouds and the sand.

Aquaprase Gemstone Properties

Moonstone is a name which encompasses both true moonstone, a potassium feldspar, and Rainbow Moonstone which is actually a variety of labradorite. The name Moonstone is born from its visual effect, called schiller or adularescence. Moonstone embodies the mystical inner-world of the night and light of the moon.

Moonstone Gemstone Properties