|Solid Copper| |Handcrafted|
|-3.5"-4" Ankh length|
|No machine duplicates|
|10 gauge wire thickness ⭕ 3.57mm|
Every Crystal is Unique! You'll Receive One Similar to the Photographs pictured above
Amazonite is a type of feldspar mineral that is often used as an ornamental stone in jewelry. It is typically found in pegmatites, a type of intrusive igneous rock, and is usually green in color, but can range from blue to yellow. The name "Amazonite" comes from the Amazon River in South America, where the mineral was first discovered. It is composed primarily of potassium aluminum silicate, and is usually found in areas with a high silica content, such as hot springs and fumaroles. Amazonite is believed to have been used by ancient civilizations for ornamental and ceremonial purposes. It has a hardness of 6-6.5 on the Mohs scale, and is often used by geologists to identify certain rock types and to determine their age.
Amazonite is believed to have been used by ancient civilizations for ornamental and ceremonial purposes. It is mentioned in Greek and Egyptian mythology, and is thought to have been used by the Incas, Aztecs, and Mayans. Jewelry made from Amazonite has been found in archaeological sites dating back to the Neolithic period. It is believed to have been used for its healing properties, as well as for its bright and beautiful colors. The mineral has also been used in decorative artwork, sculptures, and jewelry throughout the centuries.
The ankh was an important symbol in Ancient Egypt, representing life and immortality. It was closely associated with the gods and goddesses of the day, particularly Osiris and Isis, and was often used in amulets, jewelry and other religious artifacts. It was believed to be a powerful symbol of protection, granting strength, health and long life.