Blue Aragonite

Blue Aragonite

The Greek philosopher, Plato, once said that “beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depends on simplicity.” He must have been talking about these tumbled blue aragonite stones! Revealing pure cobalt, indigo, cerulean and teal blues, these gorgeous blue aragonite stones are as tranquil and simple as a nest of robins eggs. As a matter of fact, one of the truly amazing aspects of these blue aragonite stones is how closely they are connected to not only the earth but to life itself!

Because aragonite is a carbonate mineral, it is formed by naturally occurring biological and physical processes, including precipitation from marine and freshwater environments. While the name derives its significance from it location of discovery, Molina de Aragon in Guadalajara, Spain, it is also found in the United States in the form of “cave flowers.” Massive deposits of aragonite sand have been found covering the seabed in the Bahamas.

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The Greek philosopher, Plato, once said that “beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depends on simplicity.” He must have been talking about these tumbled blue aragonite stones! Revealing pure cobalt, indigo, cerulean and teal blues, these gorgeous blue aragonite stones are as tranquil and simple as a nest of robins eggs. As a matter of fact, one of the truly amazing aspects of these blue aragonite stones is how closely they are connected to not only the earth but to life itself!

Because aragonite is a carbonate mineral, it is formed by naturally occurring biological and physical processes, including precipitation from marine and freshwater environments. While the name derives its significance from it location of discovery, Molina de Aragon in Guadalajara, Spain, it is also found in the United States in the form of “cave flowers.” Massive deposits of aragonite sand have been found covering the seabed in the Bahamas.

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