Faceted Lodolite is paired with a rose plated gunmetal chain and is handmade in collaboration with Great Dame in Athens, GA.
Lodolite is a crystal that goes by many names. Sometimes referred to as Shaman Quartz, Scenic Quartz, Landscape Quartz, Shamanic Dream Quartz, Garden Quartz and Inclusion Quartz, each name is a fitting descriptor for the powerful, healing crystal. Found in Brazil, the name Lodolite comes from the Portuguese word for “mud.” While Lodolite can have a wide range of colors, from pink to orange, red, yellow, green and brown, it is characterized most by the coat of clear quartz which contains the colorful inclusions of different minerals (Hematite, Feldspar, Chlorite). These inclusions often look like reefs being washed over by a wave of quartz crystal. Inside of the stone, the appearance of underwater terrain gives it an aquarium-like image that lends to names like Scenic, Landscape and Garden Quartz.
Lodolite has a beautiful healing vibration - the wonderful qualities of Clear Quartz plus the additional vibrations of its inclusions. The Clear Quartz amplifies the vibration of the inclusions. Inclusion Quartz aides in emotional healing by releasing past-life trauma or early childhood memories that may have caused fear or stress. Meditating with Inclusion Quartz brings soothing guidance from spirit guides. And thought to enhance clairvoyant abilities, Lodolite’s connection to the crown chakra allows it to bring one to a higher spiritual and mental plane. It is the ideal stone for those seeking a spirit journey and looking to gain new perspectives.
◇ lodolite and double rose gunmetal chain
◇ average stone size 0.5 - 1 inch
◇ necklace length 29 inches
◇ antique brass clasp
◇ tagged with antique brass branding charm
◇ chain is vintage and may have slight variations/inconsistencies in color
Katherine Ball of Great Dame is an elemental artist, singer- songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Athens, GA. With an MA from UGA, Katherine mines her own gemstones and pairs raw, precious, and semi-precious stones with antique and early 20th century metals from across the world to create minimalist and statement-worthy pieces.