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Natural Chrysocolla Pendants – Chrysocolla is a beautiful vivid green-blue gemstone that is perfect for a pendant. Often mistaken for a Turquoise gemstone due to having similar features, it is often unearthed with the combination of turquoise, azurite and malachite. 

It a popular semi- precious gemstone and has been used for centuries in jewelry, ornaments and every day items. The presence of copper impurities is the reason Chrysocolla has its striking and multi-coloured patterns.

Chrysocolla is found worldwide, although the larger deposits have been found in Israel, Chile, England, Kolwezi, Katanga, Mexico, Peru, Russia and USA. Arizona had the best quality, whilst Israel had mixed Chrysocolla specimens, and Australia had a mixture of Chrysocolla and Azurite. 

The name originated from the Greek word ‘Chrysos’ meaning gold, and ‘Kolla’ meaning glue. The name was given as the gemstone was utilised a gold soldering agent in ancient Egypt and was believed to be the ‘stone of intelligence’. It was often used during times of negotiations. The first known used of Chrysocolla was in 315 B.C by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and botanist. Cleopatra was known to have used Chrysocolla in her jewelry. 

Metaphysically it is said to help provide a sense of peace, reduce fear, guilt and nervousness. Enhance the sense of love, acceptance and tolerance. It helps remove negativity and cleanse the whole body. Physically, it’s believed to reduce spasms, bacterial infections in the throat, mouth ulcers and arthritis.  

It is said Chrysocolla is for the heart and throat chakra. It is the birthstone for November and for people born under the Sagittarius zodiac. 

This gemstone is best cut into a cabochon oval and freeform shapes. Although it is a softer gemstone, it can be best suited as a pendant, especially when the setting can offer it more protection. It’s beautiful fashion jewelry especially when it is inlaid in silver, which will further highlight the stunning natural colors and patterns of the stone.