1 Mini Bottle or Jar - Tumbled Blue Lapis Lazuli Gemstones Crystals from Afghanistan
Glass mini bottle with silver metal alloy screw top lid approximate measurements: 30 mm Height, 20 mm Diameter (bottom of bottle) and 12 mm Diameter (opening of bottle hidden by screwtop lid).
The mini bottle holds: 5 ml
Blue Lapis Lazuli Gemstones: Not dyed to the best of my knowledge. Size varies 5 to 15 mm - xmini to xsmall. They have been cleansed. NO HOLES!
Please note: I do make the bottles to order.
These mini gemstone bottles have many uses! Perfect compact way for using as healing and or protection, they are portable, decoration on shelf, desk, etc., collecting gemstones - kids love them, party and wedding favors, ritual use, plus many more!! I have over 40 different types available. The last 2 photos shows an assortment of just a few stones and bottle sizes we have available in our Etsy Store. If you don't see what you need, please ask, as it may not be listed yet! I can do quantities and special orders, please just ask.
Protection, Truth, Communication
Lapis Lazuli is known as the stone of truth. It is associated with the throat chakra and speaking our truth. It is also wonderful for assisting in openness, inner power, love, purification and intuition. Lapis helps one to open up to their psychic abilities. It is considered to strengthen ones mind and body. Lapis allows us to tap into our own inner power while purifying the soul and thoughts. It assists one in contacting our spirit guardians. Beneficial for objectivity, clarity, stress, anxiety, self-expression, self-awareness, inner vision, protection, enhances telepathy, past life recall, and deepens meditation. Assists one with taking charge of their life. It helps open the heart to love - a bonding stone in love and friendship.
Other Blue Lapis Lazuli Info:
Associated Zodiac Sign(s): Sagittarius
Associated Planet: Venus
Associated Number(s): 3
Associated Chakra: Throat, Third Eye, Crown
Please note: Crystal info listed here is for informational purposes only. My reference sources are works by Judy Hall and Robert Simmons.