Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders
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Amethyst with Cacoxenite and Goethite Candle Holders

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Gorgeous Amethyst candle holders which can double up as airplant holders! Each piece has interesting and unique inclusions such as Cacoxenite and Goethite. An adventure to look at them through a loupe!

Raw, natural pieces of amazing color from Brazil.

Base is protected with cloth to prevent scratching of your table top. Perfect centrepiece for your coffee table or bedside table.

Amethyst relieves stress, dispels anger and anxiety. Additionally, Amethyst like all purple stones stimulate the Third Eye Chakra and attracts divine energy.

The Amethyst is the stone of St. Valentine, who is said to have always worn it. During the Middle Ages in the days of romance and chivalry, if an amethyst was presented by a lady to her knight, or a bride to her husband in the shape of a heart set in silver, it was said to confer the greatest possible earthly happiness on the pair who would be blessed with good fortune for the remainder of their lives.

Origin: Brazil