big sale Wicker bracelet - with green malachite, Shambhala bracelet with twins pendant
Gemstone bracelet malachite, bracelet size 18 cm, adjustable size.
Beads size 12mm, 10mm, 8mm - gemstone malachite
Black synthetic durable cord
Malachite is an excellent talisman for children, as well as their amulet: it gives docility to children, develops curiosity in them, endows them with talents, that is, helps to find them. The best stone should have numerous curls, like lamb on water or tendrils of bindweed (Ural malachite has such a structure), and generally remind both soft and beautiful greens with the color and “composition” of the greens. This is the talisman of people who are not very lucky in life, who, as it were, lack happiness, without which a person becomes melancholy and sad. Malachite is an amulet of wise people, guarding them and warning them, people who know how to listen to advice and draw conclusions from microscopic remarks. Malachite attracts people to its owner, so it is the lonely mascot. It is also a magic stone, a stone of alchemists, and it requires constant communication with its owner. It is good for writers, artists, journalists, travelers, for everyone who needs to behave correctly in any situation: malachite helps to cleanse emotions, enlighten perception, and peace. Stone of harmony and love. The energy of the stone is very strong. It has strong energy and promotes emotional excitability. Strengthens the spiritual strength of its owner, so that people of science willingly wore it. Brings good luck in business, health and success in love.
The funerary mask of the Red Queen of Palenque is made from a mosaic of malachite.
Malachite was used as a mineral pigment in green paints from antiquity until about 1800. The pigment is moderately lightfast, very sensitive to acids, and varying in color. This natural form of green pigment has been replaced by its synthetic form, verditer, among other synthetic greens. Malachite is also used for decorative purposes, such as in the Malachite Room in the Hermitage Museum, which features a huge malachite vase, and the Malachite Room in Castillo de Chapultepec in Mexico City. "The Tazza", a large malachite vase, one of the largest pieces of malachite in North America and a gift from Tsar Nicholas II, stands as the focal point in the centre of the room of Linda Hall Library.
Malachite has also been used on the base of the FIFA World Cup Trophy.
Malachite often results from the weathering of copper ores, and is often found together with azurite (Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2), goethite, and calcite. Except for its vibrant green color, the properties of malachite are similar to those of azurite and aggregates of the two minerals occur frequently. Malachite is more common than azurite and is typically associated with copper deposits around limestones, the source of the carbonate.
Large quantities of malachite have been mined in the Urals, Russia. Ural malachite is not being mined at present, but G.N Vertushkova reports the possible discovery of new deposits of malachite in the Urals. It is found worldwide including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Gabon; Zambia; Tsumeb, Namibia; Mexico; Broken Hill, New South Wales; Lyon, France; Timna Valley, Israel; and the Southwestern United States, most notably in Arizona.