Azurite gets its name from the Persian word ‘lazhward’ which describes its distinctive blue colour and Chrysocolla is a copper stone, so Azurite Chrysocolla can be translated as ‘blue coloured copper stone’.
It is a mineral formed when copper ore is weathered.
Native American cultures believed the stone could strengthen the body’s resistance to emotional compulsions and allow inner wisdoms to be revealed. For this reason, the stone is aligned with the third eye chakra.
Although it is not a traditional a birthstone, it is associated with birthdays that occur between 20th March & 19th April.
Azurite Chrysocolla Stones is a brightly coloured semi- precious stones, highly desire for its vivid blue and green hues. Although the actual chemical composition of this bead can vary, the colours are always strong due to the copper and mineral content. Azurite Chryscolla Stone has such a rich depth of colour that it works well as a feature bead on its own or can be used with your favourite materials for a true pop of intensity, making this gemstone a pleasure to work with and wear.