Azurite Malachite Jewelry Collection

Reasons Why Azurite-Malachite is loved by all 

There are numerous reasons as to why the intense blue Azurite-Malachite is loved so much. The Azurite-Malachite is a combo of azurite and malachite, it has its origin from the Persian word ‘lazhward’ which in turn means ‘blue’. The azurite malachite is a birthstone for the people born in October (Libra). The intense blue copper color is definitely an eye feast.
This stone is regarded to be heavenly and thus also known as the ‘Stone of Heaven’. Its powers extend in healing both physical as well as emotional issues. Sporting jewelry piece available at Gemexi online are made out of azurite malachite and they will definitely be a game changer. 

Azurite Malachite in History 

This stone has also been called King Solomon’s Stone. The oldest mine for the Azurite Malachite stone is known to be the Timna Mine, present at Israel. The stone has been used in different ways in the ancient period. In Egypt, it was used for making the protection blue colored eyes of Horus. The stone was also utilized as a pigment and was called the mountain blue or the Armenian stone. There have been traces of the use of Azurite Malachite in the painting of the medieval period. Especially, those paintings with Virgin Mary wearing a blue robe show that the Azurite stone was used in it. Earlier, it was thought that it was Lapis Lazuli but later on it was found on the basis of chemical analysis that the used stone was Azurite. It was also used as an eye shadow powder in the past. 

Primary Sources of Azurite Malachite gemstone: 

The Azurite-Malachite is mostly found in Chile, France, Australia, Morocco, Southwestern USA, and Zaire. It is well known for concentrating the flow of energy in you. The swirly beauty with colors of both blue and green makes this jewelry impeccable and remarkable. Keeping in view the softness of this stone less in comparison with other stones, the Azurite malachite jewelry pieces that are available at Gemexi are the best for the reason of design and cuts. To ensure that the jewelry made out of Azurite malachite last long, the artisans in store make it a point to add a layer of clear hard wax. It must be made sure that proper care must be taken while handling and maintaining this stone. There are great chances of the pigment fading. This can be avoided by regularly cleaning the stone. It is always advisable to keep azurite malachite away from the sun, open air, heat in order to make sure that the effects of it last long and is durable. 

Azurite Malachite Jewelry Styles

The Azurite Malachite can be softly cut into different shapes to make various trendy jewelry pieces. Beautiful pieces like ear cuffs, pendants, bracelets and so on are made out of them. 
You can buy azurite malachite jewelry at Gemexi at best and affordable price tags. So, the best is here. Choose from the designs you’d love to sport. 

Craftsmanship by Gemexi 

We have the best in-house artisans and craftsmen that make the best jewelry out of this marvelous stone. They also possess the expertise in making jewelry in a combination of various other stones. The cutwork and the detailing best talks about the craftsmen’s skills. The best part that you will all love is that all the jewelry is customizable as per your choice and preferences. 

Personalized Azurite Malachite Jewelry at Gemexi 

Well, customers just do not simply have to choose from the already available designs, but in fact, can get the design in their mind worked out beautifully. Do check out the unique azurite malachite jewelry collection here. You will be pleased to take a look at the wide range of designs. 

Wholesale Azurite Malachite Jewelry at Gemexi: 

Exploring our wide collection of Azurite jewelry will let you know how stunning our designs are! We are not confined to just a few patterns but keep on adding more regularly. What more could someone ask for when we are offering women’s jewelry just in terms of all your desire – reliable and real stones, wholesale price tags, trendy designs, and cuts. Check out the stocks at Gemexi!  

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