This is a sweet, small gem quality Heliodor flat bottom heart weighing 4.4g.
Big isn’t always best! When something so exquisite comes your way, no matter how small….it’s love at first sight.
These beauties are the finest, jewellery grade Heliodor puff hearts. I also have Aquamarine, Morganite and Kunzite 😮
I get super excited about small beautiful crystals, much more than the larger crystals in my collection. Some of my favourite, treasured pieces are no heavier than 5g and smaller than a 5p piece! My Herkimers for example, some of the Herkimer clusters I have are so beautiful they feel as big as a house. The same goes for these amazingly beautiful hearts. I love love love them. Big isn’t always beautiful. f anyone told you size matters….rubbish! 😂
Heliodor is a name used by mineralogists and gemologists for specimens of the mineral beryl with a yellow, greenish-yellow, or golden-yellow colour. Pure beryl is colourless, but impurities within the mineral cause beryl to occur in a variety of different colours. The yellowish colours of heliodor are usually caused by small amounts of iron within the mineral’s crystal structure. Yellow beryl and golden beryl are other appropriate names for Heliodor.
The name “heliodor” is derived from two Greek words: helios, which means “sun,” and doron, which means “gift.” They combine as “gift from the sun.
AFFIRMATION – I align my will, my thoughts and deeds, with Divine Will.
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