A stunning Golden Bay Poly chrome Schist they call it 'Obay Stone" named after the man who found it.
A gorgeous mix of Kyanite Fuchsite and oxidised minerals throughout.
She has blue-green and orange tones with standout black iron inclusions.
She is a true collector's piece.
- Hand-made rolled gold hooks- 2.5cm
- 7.5 x 5.5cm
(Please not this stone is NOT Aotea but contains some of the same minerals, she is newly discovered and we will add more information as we learn more)
An incredibly rare stone, Aotea comes from a single river in Westland - the only place in the world where it can be found. Comprised of fuchsite, kyanite, and quartz, Aotea is also known as bluestone due to its brilliant hues that can range from icy blue to deep turquoise. Softer than pounamu, Aotea is generally regarded as a feminine stone, and frequently contains a gem-like glitter due to the mica contained within the quartz.
A grounding stone, Aotea activates the heart and throat chakras and is said to release the inner goddess of its wearer.