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Awe-Inspiring Amazonite Earrings

Images of a tropical rainforest come to mind as you slip on these amazonite gemstone earrings. With good reason too - Amazonite is named after one of the largest bodies of water in the world, the Amazon River. The stones were originally found in the lush jungle region surrounding the river.

The array of beautiful blue-green color displayed in the stone was thought to have come from copper compounds, but the color is actually from small quantities of lead and water. Amazonite is part of a group of stones called Feldspar, meaning field and shiny rock that make up 60% of the earth's crust. Feldspar also includesmoonstone, labradorite and sunstone.

Powerful, like the river it's named after, many believe amazonite balances feminine and masculine energy. Sometimes called the "stone of courage," helping to balance emotions and provide stamina.

Amazonite has been worn since around the 10th Century B.C, where it could be found carved and cut into tablets and on shields. Today amazonite is a popular choice because of its versatility. It doesn't offer an over-the-top sparkle like many popular gemstones, but it does have a subtle shine. This makes it perfect for earrings, necklaces and bracelets - take your pick. It also acts a pretty cocktailring when you're looking for a wow-factor!