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Guardian Oval Milky Rainbow Lattice
* inspired by the highest vibration of your inner light *
ONE OF A KIND
*these beautiful stones are a piece of art
they can have inclusion imperfections*
*This beauty and its healing rainbow comes to life when held to the sunlight*
These very rare gems are one of Australia's most unique gemstones only found in one location in the entire world. They are very rare and expensive and highly sought after.
An alchemical stone bringing a profound connection to light and the regenerative power of the sun during meditation and in everyday life. These Phenomenal gems exhibit moving lines, star, or changes on the surface as the light varied, and was considered to bring good fortune.
With the radiance of the sun and the fire of the solar ray, Sunstone carries the energy of Ra, the sun god, whose energy brings all potential life from within the Earth. It is a Stone of Leadership - of personal power, freedom, and expanded consciousness. Truly reflecting the qualities of Light, it brings openness, benevolence and warmth, strength, mental clarity, and the willingness and ability to bestow blessings upon others.
some info on rainbow lattice stone via National Jeweler
It only comes from one place.
Rainbow lattice sunstone is found in a remote area of desert named the Mud Tank Zircon Field, located in Harts Range in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Once Asterism’s mining license is approved, the company will have the only mining claim for the area, both Arthur and Gem-A said. Arthur said they will mine using only hand tools.
(According to the aforementioned Gem-A article, there is another rainbow lattice sunstone occurrence a little more than 4 miles away, but it produces lower-quality material.)
Production is small.
According to Asterism Gems, rainbow lattice sunstone is a difficult material to work with and has a lot of cracks, so it can be hard to find any sizeable, clean pieces.
Arthur said the mining lease will be smaller than 500 x 400 meters, an area which includes the entire deposit. He added they have found material in less than 10 percent of this area.
He called it a “very finite deposit” that “rarely” provides good size and the fine quality needed to cut the best gems. “Indications are that over 90 percent of what we will mine will only suit the metaphysical and collector’s market,” with only a small amount of gem quality being produced per day.
It is sold as both partially polished rough pieces as well as cabochons.
When it comes to pricing, though, rainbow lattice’s value has steadily increased over the past few years, he added.