Lepidolite is a Phyllosilicate mineral from the mica group. It was first called Lilalite because of its lavender coloring. It comes in shades of lilac-pink and even purple-grey. It is often found in scaly smaller aggregates and is known for its high levels of lithium. The meaning of Lepidolite is said to help with emotional balance and inner peace.
Handcrafted Argentium silver wire wrap lepidolite heart carving with faceted amethyst beads threaded with silver-filled wire. Adorned with a pretty pink Kunzite bead flanked by two amethyst beads.
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The Stone of Transition
Gentle in serene shades of lilac wine, the Lepidolite crystal is here to turn up the volume on your dopamine levels, serve a feast of feel-good vibes, and harmonize all those emotions that may be running riot in your body, mind, and soul. Instantly soothing in its soft lavender and lilac shade, it’s easy to immediately connect with the calming nature of Lepidolite. Boasting a long history with inner peace and harmony, Lepidolite has long been used as a source of lithium - a remedy often turned to for those who suffer jangled emotions, high mood swings, and symptoms of bipolar.
Lepidolite is a lullaby stone, it's a form of silicate and super soft in mood and nature and measures in on the Mohs hardness scale at a low 2.5-3.5. Mined on the far-flung shores of heady Brazil, the chilly depths of Russia, the desert winds of California, Canada, Madagascar, and Afghanistan, Lepidolite is a cosmic connector, ever ready to forge bridges and bonds across the globe.
First discovered in the 19th century by Robert Bunsen and Gustav Kirchhoff, this stone was first named Lilalite after its soft radiant coloring but later was retitled Lepidolite from the Greek Lepidos. Lepidos in Greek translates to scale, a name that pays homage to the dragon-like texture of this dreamy high fantasy feeling stone.
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