Saturday, July 25, 2015

Larimar Stone


This exceptional blue stone is a type of Pectolite and is unearthed in one place, the Dominican Republic in the Carribbean.  The Larimar stone is likewise known as “Stefilia’s Stone” and varies in color from white, light-blue, green-blue to a deep blue.  Pectolite is usually white to gray mineral, but rarely will have the one of a kind blue color of the Lariamr.  What causes this coloration is when Cobalt switches with Calcium.

They say the Larimar stone can assist one into opening their mind and bring clarity to achieve a higher knowledge.  It inspires you to dig deep into your soul and speak your mind with such precision.  The stone also aids in smoothing the progress of meditation, heightens your ability to be tranquil, and can alleviate your depression.

Larimar can be found in many facets of jewelry.  The stone is mostly set in silver, but occasionally the premium stones are placed in gold.  The jewelry is obtainable in the Dominican Republic or other places in the Caribbean, but can be found in more places as well.  I purchased three Larimar rings, all set in silver.  I purchased both single-stone rings at Tortilla Flats located in the Superstition Mountains, AZ, and the butterfly ring was bought in a shop on Coronado Island in California.


4 comments:

  1. This stone is totally new to me. I like learning about the meanings and uses of various stones. I see you painted your fingernails to match! I recently bought some nail polish in a very similar color. It's fun for summer, like the color of a swimming pool.

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    1. I love that color too. It reminds me of summer.

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  2. Love the butterfly! It's such a soothing color.

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    1. Yeah, I saw the butterfly ring and it fit my finger so I just had to have it.

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