PALE PINK DANBURITE TUMBLES #4

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Pale Pink Danburite Tumbles #4 measure approximately 13/16" to 1 1/2" (20mm to 38mm) and weigh approximately 2.5 to 4.5 grams. Some of the edges are not tumbled. Most of these are truly a very pale pink, but many of them look clear/white until you put them on a piece of white paper or see a whole box-full of them. Then they look pink! These have been very hard to get ahold of, and the prices have been shooting up. Please let me pick one for you. These are $1.50 each.

(Healing Crystal, Angel Crystal, Ascension Crystal)
Hardness: 7.0 - 7.5
Origin: San Sebstian Mine, San Luis Potosi, Charcas, Mexico
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Pale Pink Danburite Tumbles #4 measure approximately 13/16" to 1 1/2" (20mm to 38mm) and weigh approximately 2.5 to 4.5 grams. Some of the edges are not tumbled. Most of these are truly a very pale pink, but many of them look clear/white until you put them on a piece of white paper or see a whole box-full of them. Then they look pink! These have been very hard to get ahold of, and the prices have been shooting up. Please let me pick one for you. These are $1.50 each.

(Healing Crystal, Angel Crystal, Ascension Crystal)
Hardness: 7.0 - 7.5
Origin: San Sebstian Mine, San Luis Potosi, Charcas, Mexico


Danburite encourages you to let your light shine! It also encourages you to get along well with others and it stimulates the intellect. Perhaps the best use of this crystal is in combination with many of the more advanced stones, particularly Angel Crystals--Kunzite, Petalite, Angelite, etc. Danburite adds to the energy of the Angel Crystals, enhancing their abilities. It allows others to see you and your capabilities in a true light and helps you get along with others. Pink Danburite works extremely well on the Heart Chakra and helps you love yourself. This gemstone is often filled with the most incredible rainbows! In gem form, it sparkles and flashes very much like a white Diamond. In fact, Danburite was sometimes used in place of Diamonds in the 19th Century.
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