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Make Memories Memorable with Malachite Rings!

Another one of those semi-precious gems that have been mined since antiquities! Archaeological evidence suggests that malachite was mined some 4000 to 3000 years ago in the Middle Eastern regions to obtain copper from its depth. History also suggests that malachite, like lapis, was used as a pigment since it could be ground up easily due to its relatively lower level of hardness on Mohs Scale.

The first thing one notices about Malachite is the striking bands of light and dark green color throughout. Smooth, glossy and bright, malachite was used both for ornamentation and utilitarian purposes in ancient times. A gigantic and ornate vase made entirely of malachite stands tall at the famous Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.

As mentioned earlier, malachite is full of copper ores and is often found with azurite, goethite and calcite. It is mined worldwide - especially in the Ural Mountains, in several African countries and even in the USA. According to some beliefs, malachite is a gemstone that can protect you from negative energy and help calm your nerves – although, we love the idea of a bubble bath and a facial mask as well. It is also believed that when a malachite breaks into pieces, it means danger is near. A pretty morbid tale if you ask me, but then again that’s why it’s called folklore! Whether or not you believe these things, our lovely collection of malachite rings will surely have you believing in its beauty!