Larvikite Crystals

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Larvikite is a type of feldspar named for the Norwegian town in which it was first discovered. It has a blackish-blue grey hue that shines with iridescent colors of blue, purple and silver due to traces of metallic inclusions. Its shimmering effects are caused by reflections from hematite or magnetite particles in the stone. Larvikite is one of the oldest minerals on Earth, having formed during the Precambrian era over 400 million years ago. This stone has a smooth texture and can be seen in many creative projects, such as home décor, jewelry and architecture.

In crystal healing, Larvikite is said to be a grounding stone that helps to connect one with the earth and promote stability. It is also believed to help release negative energies, enhance intuition and stimulate spiritual growth. Some people wear or carry Larvikite as a talisman to help protect against negative energies and emotions. In addition to its metaphysical properties, Larvikite is also a popular choice for sculptures and other decorative items due to its unique appearance and durable nature. The stone is also sometimes referred to as "Norwegian Moonstone" or "Labradorite."

Larvikite is a fascinating and versatile mineral that has been valued for its beauty and spiritual properties for centuries. Whether used for its decorative or healing properties, this unique stone is sure to add an element of elegance and energy to any space or object. Larvikite is primarily found in Larvik, Norway, which is where it gets its name from. It is also found in other locations in Norway and nearby countries such as Sweden, Finland, and Russia.