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Rhodonite Beads (3)
There’s something so fetching about rosy-hued rhodonite gemstone beads. Their color is subtle and feminine, yet the natural variations in the stone add an element of the unexpected. Rhodonite is characterized by naturally-forming streaks of calcite, a white mineral, which adds a special sense of dimension and organic texture to Rhodonite Beads. Rhodonite can also feature black criss-crossing lines, which are actually veins of black manganese oxide. As a result, there are always an endless number of fascinating patterns in every piece of this stunning mineral.
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approximate 6x6mm up to 10x6mm varied on the 14 inch strand of 42 beadsOriginal price $20.10Original price $20.10 - Original price $20.10Original price $20.10Current price $15.00$15.00 - $15.00Current price $15.00Save 25% Save %
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Approx. Length 14 inch strand | Approx. Bead Size 16x13-21x13mmOriginal price $53.76Original price $53.76 - Original price $53.76Original price $53.76Current price $40.00$40.00 - $40.00Current price $40.00Save 26% Save %
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15 inch strand of approximately 24 beads measuring varied sizes from 12x9x8mm up to 14x14x7mmOriginal price $53.60Original price $53.60 - Original price $53.60Original price $53.60Current price $40.00$40.00 - $40.00Current price $40.00Save 25% Save %
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The Rich History of Rhodonite
For obvious reasons, rhodonite derives its name from the Greek word rhodon, which translates to ‘”rose.” Historically, rhodonite was used to decorate sarcophagi in Ancient Egypt. During the Middle Ages, rhodonite was revered as one of the most powerful stones of all, and it was believed that it was endowed with magic powers that could bring happiness and joy. Today rhodonite is found around the world, including in Australia, Japan, Mexico, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States.
Healing, Heart-Based Energy
Rhodonite beads are still credited today with having particularly special metaphysical powers. Rhodonite is thought to be an emotionally healing stone, and one that is especially powerful in helping with relationship problems by bringing it’s wearer calmness and peace, or by attracting a caring and passionate romantic partner. Physically, rhodonite is said to be helpful in healing everything from skin ailments to arthritis to emphysema. Whether you need to de-stress or add a little spark to your love life, wearing rhodonite will definitely serve you well.
How to Use Rhodonite Beads for Your Jewelry
Rhodonite is a remarkably versatile, durable stone, and one that works well with both gold and silver settings, depending on your desired effect. Gold will bring out rhodonite’s warmth, while silver will complement the stone’s cooler tones. Rhodonite’s pink color means that it is flattering for every skin tone, which guarantees it’s appeal to many customers. Rhodonite is also associated with several astrological signs, including Scorpio, Aries, and Taurus.
the Bead Traders offers both rhodonite nuggets for a natural appearance and rhodonite beads for a more polished look. Whatever you’re looking for, we’re sure you’ll be able to find something that suits your style and budget when you shop our gorgeous selection of gemstone beads. We’re excited to help you get inspired, and our customer support team is always available to help answer your questions. All orders placed through the Bead Traders ship within twenty-four hours of receipt, so you can get your beads quickly and get right to work on an amazing new piece of jewelry.