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Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace
Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace
Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace
Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace

Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace

Regular price $32.00 Sale

Handcarved Malachite Heart Pendant Necklace is a wonderful piece to gift yourself or someone you love! Comes on a stainless steel chain, in a blue velvet bag, ready for gifting.

Malachite, with its beautiful green color, is one of the natural birthstones for those born in mid-spring Taurus (20 April – 20 May).

These green crystals bring you renewal, success in new ventures, and good health.

In Feng ShuiMalachite utilizes Wood Energy, the energy of growth, expansion, new beginnings, nourishment, and health. It enhances vitality, brings abundance, and keeps us growing physically. Use green crystals to enhance any space used for eating, in the room of a small child, or in a place of your home where you are beginning a new project.

Wood Energy is traditionally associated with the East and Southeast areas of a home or room. It is associated with the Family and Health area, and the Prosperity and Abundance area.

Since Malachite is a stone of fertility, it develops the creative potential of all the signs to varying degrees. Wearing Malachite strengthens the love earthy Taurus feels for the natural world, Scorpio’s animal nature transforms into a productive creative force, and the creativity unleashed in Cancer is spectacular for artists, painters, and musicians.

MATERIAL: High Quality Malachite, this hand carved and polished Heart exemplifies superior craftsmanship. 

Natural Stones will vary in color and veining, each is unique and beautiful

ORIGIN: Mexico

DIMENSIONS: approximately 3/4"

FACTS & HISTORY: Malachite was used as a mineral pigment in green paints from antiquity until c. 1800. Malachite is also used for decorative purposes, such as in the Malachite Room in the Hermitage Museum, which features a huge malachite vase, and the Malachite Room in Castillo de Chapultepec in Mexico City. Another example is the Demidov Vase, part of the former Demidov family collection, and now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the time of Tsar Nicolas I decorative pieces with malachite were among the most popular diplomatic gifts. It was use in China as far back as the Eastern Zhou period. In ancient Egypt the color green was associated with death and the power of resurrection as well as new life and fertility. Ancient Egyptians believed that the afterlife contained an eternal paradise, referred to as the "Field of Malachite", which resembled their lives but