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Lovely Lapis Lazuli Earrings

Let’s get you wearing a pretty pair of lapis lazuli earrings, shall we? We don’t need to tell you that lapis lazuli is a gorgeous gemstone – we trust that you know something beautiful when you see it! We do, however, want to give you the background story on lapis jewelry. It’s too good not to share (in our humble opinion).

Lapis is a strong blue rock that’s primarily made of the mineral lazurite. Lapis lazuli has a name that’s part Latin and part Arabic – “lapis” meaning stone in Latin and “azul” meaning blue in Arabic. The value decreases when there’s a presence of white patches called “calcite.” On the other hand, the most-prized gems are the ones with inclusions made of small veins of golden pyrite. The top shelf lapis lazuli typically comes from Afghanistan, but some smaller amounts are found in Chile, the United States, Pakistan, Siberia and Canada.

Lapis is one of the most valuable semi-opaque stones and was first mined in 6000 B.C. in Afghanistan. Talk about a long time ago! Lapis has been appreciated and valued for centuries by many – from ancient civilizations like the Egyptians and Romans – and even during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Now that you have lovely lapis earrings to wear, all you need is a spritz of a floral-scented perfume and a sweet pair of wedges to freshen up your look!