Nan Lee Jewelry

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Labradorite

Labradorite is often gray in composition but is known for its "flash" or "flame" when it catches the light. When polished, dark gray Labradorite flashes with colors deep within, including blue, green and gold.

Meaning: Heightens intuition, strengthens and balances energy and enhances strength of will.

Pronunciation: LAB-RA-DOOR-ITE

 


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Chalcedony

Chalcedony is a form of quartz that displays different shades of blue. It has a beautiful and inviting translucence and is transparent-to-opaque that’s colored by traces of copper, manganese, titanium, and iron.

Meaning: Restores balance and stability and promotes peace and serenity.

Pronunciation: CAL- SID-NEY


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Moonstone

Moonstone is a light gemstone whose distinctive sheen reflects a rainbow of pearly hues like blue, yellow, silvery gray, and white. It is known for its moon-like sheen and prismatic variety.

Meaning: Promotes healing, cleansing, positivity  and love.

Pronunciation: MOON-STONE

 

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Baroque Pearls

Baroque Pearls are some of the most fascinating organic gems to exist. Each one is completely unique in its shape and size. They were especially popular in Renaissance times amongst the wealthy and royals and come in a variety of colors. 

Meaning: Promotes nurturing, healing and wealth

Pronunciation: BA-ROAK PEARL

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Herkimer Diamond

Herkimer Diamonds are extremely rare quartz that naturally come out double terminated. They are mined only in Herkimer, NY and are called diamonds because of their natural faceting and rarity.

Meaning: Promotes good Energy, healing and harmony

Pronunciation: HERK- E-MIR DIAMOND

Turquoise

Turquoise is a blue-green mineral stone that was very popular in ancient Egypt and among Native American cultures. Its known for its variety of shades and deposits of phosphate, copper and aluminum.

Meaning: Offers protection, promotes healing and good energy

Pronunciation: TUR- QUOISE

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Geode

Geodes occur in sedimentary and volcanic rocks where mineral water crystallizes into various different types of crystals on the inside of the rock. Some crystals include: Pyrite, opal, chalcedony, barite, and most commonly quartz to name a few.

Meaning: Calming, Relaxing and Healing

Pronunciation: GE-ODE