If you're into collecting crystals as decorations in your home, you may already have some jewelry made with them as well. But you might not know just how many beautiful options are available from small businesses and local artists online!
Check out these gorgeous designs and learn the meanings and intentions behind the different types of crystals and stones.
"Rose quartz is the coconut oil of the crystal world—pretty much every wellness-obsessed gal has it somewhere in her home. No, it’s not just because she needs something millennial pink to compliment her monstera plant and macramé wall hanging. Ask any gemstone expert, and they’ll tell you that rose quartz healing properties are super powerful, particularly where love’s concerned. (And let’s be real: Coupled up or solo, who couldn’t use a little help in that department?)"
—Well + Good, 5 Ways to Harness the Energy of Rose Quartz, the Crystal With a Love-Magnet Rep
"Citrine has been referred to as the "success stone," "merchant's stone" or "money stone," due to a superstition that it would bring prosperity. Because of its yellow color, citrine is thought of as a joyous stone with sunshiny energy to brighten up the lives of those who work with it and wear it."
—Fire Mountain Gems, Citrine Meaning and Properties
"Sodalite brings order and calmness to the mind. It encourages rational thought, objectivity, truth and intuition, along with verbalisation of feelings. Sodalite brings emotional balance and calms panic attacks. It enhances self-esteem, self-acceptance and self-trust."
—Charms of Light, Sodalite Healing Properties
"Amethyst healing properties are especially useful in regards to work-related stress, because the stone is associated with abundance; therefore relieving stress while emanating prosperity. The amethyst properties which facilitate intuition and communication can also be applied to increased work effectiveness."
—Energy Muse, Amethyst Healing Properties