ARES BRASS HEADBAND WITH DRUSY

£55.00

1 in stock

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ARES The god of war
THIS IS A HEADBAND-CHAKRA CROWN MADE FROM BRASS USING  PLANT FIBRES   AND SET A DRUSY  INTO  IT!

WEARING A HEADBAND IS A BEAUTIFUL WAY TO  DECORATE YOUR FOREHEAD  AND MORE IMPORTANTLY CAN REALLY EMPOWER YOU ! IT IS OUR THIRD EYE CHAKRA ,WEARING A GEMSTONE SET IN METAL  ON THAT CHAKRA REALLY  RAISES THE VIBRATIONS OF ONES PERCEPTION  AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLDS  AROUND AND WITHIN!

IDEAL FOR ALL KIND OF CEREMONY’S!

IT IS 2,5 CM LONG AND 12  CM WIDE

Drusy is a gemstone with a natural surface texture much like fine sugar crystals that formed on the Quartz by the phenomena of micro-crystalline facets millions of years ago. Drusy quartz ranges from bright white to tones of pink and even violet.

Drusy Quartz can also be found as spirit quartz is an unusual quartz that has many very small crystals growing on a central stone. Each tiny crystal radiates energy with all of these little crystals working in harmony to radiate a very strong vibration.

These stones have powerful metaphysical properties that make them excellent stones to aid spiritual growth. This makes a single piece a quite powerful stone

Drusy is a sparkling carpet of fine sugar-like crystals that form over a quartz when dissolved silica carried by ground water is deposited in the porous areas of the rocks. The variety of beautiful colors comes from a special process in which the Drusy is vapor coated in a special chamber with titanium or other precious metals. Drusy is believed by many to be associated with peace, tranquility, patience, intuition, unconditional love and even aid in the relief of ulcers and arthritis.

Drusy quartz is a stone material that is relatively inexpensive and beautiful when used in jewelry. It is a popular choice because of its sparkle and color and can readily be cut into interesting and unusual shapes. Drusy gems form naturally over millions of years. They are found on host materials such as agate or other minerals and are usually found when mining for other semiprecious gems, such as garnets and peridots