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Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster - 1.75" - 2.75"
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster - Beautiful Blue!
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster - 1.75" - 2.75"
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone
Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster - Beautiful Blue!

Smithsonite Natural Gemstone Cluster - 1.75" - 2.75"

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You will receive one cluster, measuring approximately 1.75" - 2.75" long.

Specimens are natural, raw materials and stones feature natural internal fractures, dips, caverns, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone.

Photos indicate the type, style, material, and quality range of the item. The exact specimens shown in photos may no longer be available.

These clusters are from Pakistan.

Metaphysical Properties, Uses, and Meaning of Smithsonite

Smithsonite is a stone of deeply calming and emotionally healing energies.  It is extremely helpful when easing stresses, chaotic energies, overactive thoughts, or persistent negative cycles. By offering a renewed clarity and tranquility of mind, Smithsonite opens us to greater spiritual growth and understanding, allowing us to reach previously untapped stores of intuition and psychic ability. It is also a stone of closure, resolving conflicts, and bridging gaps in communication and sentiment with those we hold dear. Smithsonite helps us to step outside ourselves and look at our experiences, connections, and opportunities from a higher perspective. By working with Smithsonite, we can unlock a peaceful and patient state of mind that allows pettiness, jealousies, envies, and resentments to fall away.

Smithsonite is and member of the Calcite group, found as a secondary mineral in sedimentary deposits, Zinc ore deposit oxidation zones, and as an oxidization product of Sphalerite. It can exhibit white, grey, yellow, green, blue-green, blue-grey, or blue coloration, and usually is found in brittle botryoidal masses. It is sometimes referred to as Zinc Spar, and was once referred to as Calamine before being renamed after James Smithson in 1832.

Crystals and gemstones are nature's true beauties, but they are not a substitute for seeking professional medical, legal, health, or financial advice. Crystals and gemstones are to be used in conjunction with any professional care you are receiving and do not provide healing, cures, or other remedies modern medicine can provide. The information provided in our listings with regard to the powers of crystals and gemstones are all derived from personal & professional experience with crystals & gems as well as ancient wisdom and texts documenting knowledge gained from civilizations around the world. They are not backed by the FDA or scientific/government resources. Our crystals & gemstones are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or malady. Our crystals and gemstones are also not a replacement for seeking professional legal advice, financial advising, or any other field of professional expertise. Crystals and gemstones are intended to be appreciated for their natural power and beauty, and used alongside modern, professional methods.

Specimens are natural materials and stones may feature natural internal fractures, dips, caverns, or inclusions consistent with the growth pattern of the stone. Coloration varies from specimen to specimen.Photos indicate the type, style, material, and quality range of the item. The exact specimens shown in photos may no longer be available.

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