A golden optical calcite freeform crystal, coloured richly, as though it's been steeped in silky honey in the warmth of an Egyptian sun in offering to the Sky God. It is due to this heady opulence that we decided to name this piece Nectar of the Gods. There is something otherworldly and somewhat ancient about it, which resonates because it was forming during the reign of Cleopatra, and when the Greek Gods thundered on Mount Olympus. Ambrosia was the golden elixir of life consumed by those deities and was known as Nectar of the Gods, hence the title of this sumptuous piece.
Being the golden-yellow colour of the solar plexus (stomach region) this crystal may activate this energy centre, bringing about emotional / energetic releases and unblocking what has become stagnant or knotted there energetically. This energy centre deals with nerves, adrenaline, anxiousness and stress, which is how we feel when it's out of balance. When it is aligned, however, we feel self-assured, grounded, quietly confident and able to communicate or share our feelings calmly and effectively. We do not feel usurped or as though our power has been stripped away. We are empowered when this energy centre is in flow.
A sumptuously rosy, heart-healing, womb-warming collection of Patagonian pink amethyst geode halves. Note, these are not full, complete geodes. These pink amethyst crystals are extremely rare and difficult to source, so it's with great pleasure that they grace our crystal shop shelves. These pink amethyst crystals are exceptionally high quality in terms of size, 'gemminess,' and pigmentation, ranging from rich sunset reds to mellow rosé wines and the softest rose petal pinks.
Read all about pink amethyst crystal meaning here.
Unfolding and blooming like the rosy petals of blossom in Spring as the winter melts away, this crystal is exceptional - in all ways. Her sheer scale and weight is enough to make her one of the highlights on our shop. And then we have her richly pigmented pink colouration and intriguing formation. There is a gradient effect to her colouring; she fades from rich strawberry-pink to pastel peach. Her rippling surface is reminiscent of the petals on a flower, and thus she brings with her a divine feminine energy, a profoundly healing frequency that taps into the heartspace.
Read all about heulandite crystals here, and our crystals' Origin Stories here.
Blue as the deepest depths of the ocean, and as glittering as the sunbeams that dance upon the waves, Opus is the queen of blue chalcedony and apophyllite crystals, which you can read about here (apophyllite) and here (chalcedony).
Named after the ancient queen of Palmyra, this crystal is regal, beautiful and refined. Pink heulandite is extremely hard to come by, especially in tandem with such high quality apophyllite crystal, as seen here.
Read on about apophyllite here and heulandite here
Icy blue rivers of chalcedony flow freely through sparkling apophyllite crystals in this purifying piece. Offering a deep sense of peace, inner calm and cleansing of emotional trauma, Astrella, meaning star (for the way she sparkles) is a key ally in any collection or home.
Apophyllite, traditionally, is associated with releasing childhood trauma and stress that accumulates in the body on an energetic level when it's not processed and released. It is, therefore, an incredibly therapeutic crystal, offering the owner the opportunity to reflect and let go. It is said that the major apophyllite crystal meaning is to facilitate the unburdening of the emotional self, which is liberating, cathartic and soothing.
Read all about apophyllite crystal meanings here, stilbite here, chalcedony here, and our crystals' Origin Stories here.
Twinkly as the London lights at Christmas time, this glitzy apophyllite crystal is reminiscent of a romantic frozen lake in the winter. Just add skates, mulled wine and a kiss beneath the mistletoe! In spaces, you'll note the presence of green apophyllite, which is exceptionally rare, and icy blue chalcedony.
A flowering peach stilbite blossom growing beautifully from sky-blue chalcedony crystal. Watch her petals unfold and receive the potent magic within. Metaphysically speaking, this piece is associated with the heartspace and throat chakra - sharing your truth, embodying that truth and living your truth.
Read of peach stilbite meanings here and blue chalcedony meanings here
A playful piece (hence the charming name), this dolly of a piece is cheerful and uplifting thanks to the presence of peach stilbite bows blossoming in neat formation along white heulandite, which is highly unusual in itself.
Named after the Damask rose for her exquisitely pink pigmentation, this glorious pink apophyllite crystal sparkles in the morning sun, filling the space with a loving warmth and the radiance of the divine feminine. This piece is quintessentially White Witch Collective: rare, exotic an exquisitely beautiful.
Read all about the magic of pink apophyllite here.
Named after Queen Boudicca’s East Anglian tribe that warred famously with the Romans, this piece is rather special. Glittering in the sun, like the iron armour and jewels adorning the red-headed Iceni tribe, this piece even has feature flashes of peachy-red stilbite petals.
Read all about apophyllite's crystal meanings here.