Lapis Lazuli

A bright indigo blue and gold gemstone 

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Taurus, Virgo, Libra, Sagittarius

3rd Eye and Throat Chakra stone

Believed to increase strength and courage, royalty and wisdom, intellect and truth

Forms near igneous intrusions where limestone or marble has been altered by hydrothermal metamorphism, the lazurite replaces portions of the host rock in bands or layers 

Lapis Lazuli was prized by ancient Egyptians to ward off evil who also powdered the stone to wear about the eyes to improve eyesight


Appears as a mottled blue to blue-violet colored stone that is a florescent mineral that can appear to glow orange in the dark under electromagnetic radiation

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Sagittarius and Virgo

3rd Eye and Throat Chakra stone

Believed to support communication, enhance intuition, encourage truth, stabilize mood swings

Sodalite is a rare rock-forming mineral that occurs in igneous rocks that crystallize from sodium-rich magmas

Believed to be a guardian for heroes and heroines, especially those speaking truth
to power. Sodalite was traded by the Caral peoples of modern day Peru around 2,600 BC, as did the Tiwanaku in modern day Bolivia

Blue Lace Agate

Predominantly light blue banded with layers of bright blue and white

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Scorpio and Gemini

Crown, Throat and Heart Chakra stone

Believed to be nurturing, supportive, a healing accelerant and anger neutralizer 

A form of quartz, blue lace agate’s intricate swirls and loop patterns are caused by the presence of iron, manganese, nickel, and titanium

Ancient Greeks and Egyptians used amulets of blue lace agate for healing


Appears in a range of blue-green from vibrant robin’s egg or sky blue to greenish blue, also called Persian blue

Each stone has a unique pattern

Zodiac association with Sagittarius, Scorpio and Pisces

Throat Chakra stone

Believed to bring luck, peace and protection, enhance love and forgiveness and promote wisdom, some even believed it to have the power of immortality

Formed when oxidized copper sulfides react with aluminum and potassium minerals, typically in volcanic rock or phosphate-rich sediments

Native Americans believed turquoise was alive with positive energy, aiding in mental function, communication and acted as a protector


Appears as a mostly opaque stone textured with pale milky-white cloudiness or streaking ranging from light green to greenish blue to a deep green

Zodiac association with Aries, Leo and Virgo

Throat and Heart Chakra stone

Believed to have a soothing effect on the nervous system, particularly during tense or aggravated situations, enhances love and helps wearer understand their own needs and emotions

Formed in deep-sea igneous rocks that once cooled very slowly, found in hydrothermal veins and as grains in sedimentary rocks

Due to its composition and relative softness, lapidaries have been able to carve Amazonite into prayer beads, amulets, trinkets and ornamental figures throughout antiquity. The ancient Sumerians and Babylonians used Amazonite to craft official seals as far back as 16,000 BCE.

Blue Howlite

The Dream Stone

Appears as a bright to deep turquoise blue with greyish veins, a version of White Howlite

Zodiac association with Virgo

Throat Chakra stone

Believed to provide a warm sense of security and promote a more positive outlook, used to increase dream recall and the understanding of dreams

Named for Henry How, a Canadian chemist and geologist who first identified it in Nova Scotia in 1868 where it was found by gypsum miners