Tools for Evolution Collection
Natural Moldavite Round with Round Cut Ruby
Set in Sterling Silver
New healing crystal combo: High vibe natural Moldavite with round-cut Ruby.
Prized as one of the rarest minerals on Earth for centuries, Moldavite is revered for its high vibrational energy. It's well-known as a stone of spiritual transfomation and evolution. Moldavite was formed as a result of a meteoric impact in southern Germany about 15 million years ago.
Moldavite's energetic properties include assistance in bringing a calming, positive energy while helping to open and clear energy blocks in all chakras, especially the Heart Chakra, Third Eye, and Crown Chakras. It's an ideal meditation stone and excellent for setting intentions.
Ruby, a precious stone, is known as the stone of nobility. It connects deeply with the Root Chakra as it stimulates the life force energy. Activates passion, sharpens the mind, and enhances manifestation.
The pairing of Moldavite and Ruby is very high-vibe energy and may be used in addressing hyperactivity as a result.
The Moldavite is a 10mm (0.4 inches) round-cut stone. The overall pendant measures just over 3/4" long, 3/8" wide x 1/4" deep and is set in a light-gathering Sterling Silver basket setting.
Packaged in a black velvet gift box. Includes an 18" Sterling Silver chain and clearing and programming instructions as prescribed by Marcel Vogel.
Handcrafted in the USA.
Each crystal is carefully inspected for quality. We check each point and facet for chips and scratches, we clear old programming and polish it to perfection. We will not accept any returns with damage unless the packaging was severely damaged in shipping. Should that occur, please contact us immediately or do not accept the box.
Sizing is approximate. As with all hand-made items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than as described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizing.
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate.