Lapis Lazuli Egg
Lapis Lazuli Egg
Lapis Lazuli Egg
Lapis Lazuli Egg
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Lapis Lazuli Egg

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This gorgeous Lapis Lazuli Egg is an absolute show stopper. 
It has been tricky (to say the least) to really capture all of the personality of this piece and to really highlight the pyrite inclusions, it really shows off in person this bad boy!

The Lapis Lazuli is known for opening access to the third eye, opening the mind to receive enlightenment. It is said to encourage self - awareness, self - confidence, self - knowledge, peace, harmony and compassion.

With heightened awareness, one and can easily express his or her truth. It is also called as The Wisdom Keeper as it synchronises the mind, body, and spirit. Its power can unveil your inner wisdom and enhance the connection with your inner strength and in doing so, clear the minds and set a new pattern to generate new ideas.

A stone of wisdom, intuition, and truth, Lapis Lazuli is a powerful crystal for anyone seeking to deepen their connection to self. Throughout history, Lapis Lazuli has been associated with royalty and the elite. In the Renaissance period, Lapis Lazuli crystal stone was often ground and used to create blue paint. In powdered form, the stone was also used in blue eyeshadows in Ancient Egypt, most famously by Cleopatra. Lapis Lazuli crystal was also used to adorn burial sites for royalty, and King Tut’s sarcophagus was said to have been decorated with Lapis Lazuli stones. Besides resembling the blue eyeshadow he wore, the stone was believed to help guide souls into the afterlife.  

Specs;
Weight - 742 grams
Dimensions - 11cm length, 21cm circumference at its widest

PLEASE NOTE
The information pertaining to the properties of the crystals is metaphysical in nature and does not claim to heal or cure, and should not be considered as a substitute for conventional medicine.