This lovely, large Gary Green Bogwood Cabochon ( a.k.a. Larsonite) is Hand cut and polished to showcase the beauty of this wonderful stone! It will be perfect set in Sterling Silver or Gold as a unique pendant or bolo tie! It will be the perfect focal incorporated into a larger design! A collectible Cabochon! Great Gift Ideas!
Total weight is 100 carat/ 20 grams Approximate measurements are 75mm X 33mm x 5mm
You will receive the Gary Green Cabochon as pictured!
Gary Green Jasper
Larsonite's healing effects: Also known as swamp bog, this stone holds plant energy and past life access. Jasper is the stone of selflessness; it is the mother of all stones bringing about Love of all mankind. To draw away focus from pain, back to the centre. For emotional, mental and physical pain, it is a grounding and healing stone. Jasper makes its effects known slowly and gradually, just like nature. It's considered an emotionally calming stone, and can be an excellent stone for either those who are hypersensitive to crystalline energy and find it difficult to work with, or for those who like change to be a gradual, unfolding process. It has been called the supreme nurturer, reminds us there is more that surrounds us than ourselves, protect from negativity, helping to ground us, balances yin yang and assists us during astral travel. Helps to align and cleanse our Chakra's and Aura. It helps to balance the physical, emotional and intellectual bodies with the etheric energies. It is said to have been worn by priests and kings and used in a ceremonial way in Native American traditions. This stone increases determination in all pursuits and aids quick thinking. It also reminds one to be honest with oneself and to help others.
Called Gary Green Jasper, Larsonite or McDermitt Green Jasper, depending on who you ask, is a petrified bogwood or swamp bog, where the wood, canes and cattails and creatures living in the bog were all petrified in a Miocene age volcanic event between 11 million and 14 million years ago, a snapshot in time of the algae, fallen trees, vegetation, swamp critters and other swampy things that were happening when this bog was covered by falling ash.