Chalcedony Mixed Heart
Our Chalcedony Mixed Heart is a combination of chalcedony and Citrine. The main body of the heart is chalcedony with a visible citrine center. Our Chalcedony Mixed Heart is six inches tall, six and a quarter wide, and one inch deep.
Colors include mustard yellow. brown, white, and black. The Chalcedony Mixed Heart has a sparkling center of citrine amongst the outer layer of chalcedony.
Chalcedony is great for promoting a sense of peace and joy. It helps those who tend to worry by encouraging living in the present. Chalcedony brings feelings of generosity and benevolence, removes feelings of hostility, and encourages light-hearted optimism.
It’s good for communication and public speaking and brings one’s emotions into harmony. It is often viewed as a protective stone that absorbs negative energy. It is thought to promote stability and goodwill among groups of people.
Chalcedony is a stone found throughout the world, and it can occur in different colors – white, red, pink, and gray-blue, included. It comes in all different sizes and shapes.
Chalcedony’s name came from the ancient Byzantine city of Chalcedon, which today is Kadikoy in Turkey. The most common places to find Chalcedony are Russia, India, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, and Morocco.
Citrine – “The Merchant Stone” – is a stone of prosperity. It helps gain and maintain wealth. It is also known to help people obtain abundance. Citrine does not need to be cleansed.
This stone is a popular kind of quartz. It is typically found in Brazil, Russia, UK, Madagascar, France, US. Citrine gets its name from the French word citron, which means lemon, a direct reference to its typical yellow color. However, it can also come in shades of brown and orange.
It is associated with the solar plexus chakra. It can also be used to improve the flow of Feng Shui in a home. It is a great addition to the Tai Qi area of the home. Tai Qi is the center of your house and represents Citrine’s warm, earthy color makes it a great addition to the Tai Qi area of your home and representing well-being.
Citrine is an old stone. Greeks and Romans would use it in their aristocracies rings. Queen Victoria in the 1700s often favored citrine as well, and it was even popular with some old Hollywood stars.
This would be a great gift for those seeking peace and prosperity.