Striped midnight lace obsidian
The midnight lace obsidian, in contrast to ordinary obsidian, forms black stripes through the otherwise transparent stone. This creates a special spectacle when the stone is held up to the light. The lines vary in thickness and quantity, giving each piece a unique character.
Midnight lace is found in the Caucasus Mountains. This is where the most beautiful midnight lace obsidian comes from. There is also a small amount found in Oregon USA, but this is hardly on the market so actually all midnight lace obsidian comes from the Caucasus. Research has shown that this fascinating stone contains aluminium, silicon, potassium, calcium, titanium, manganese and iron, as well as traces of rubidium, strontium and zirconium.
What is obsidian?
Obsidian is natural glass formed by the rapid cooling of lava after a volcanic eruption. Obsidian is very rich in silicon dioxide and contains very little water. Its chemical composition is comparable to rhyolite. Obsidian has a glassy sheen and is slightly harder than window glass.
Effects of midnight lace obsidian
Midnight lace obsidian connects with the deeper knowledge of the past. The stone helps to connect with the flow of life that enables us to detect and reverse old patterns. The stone helps us to take a critical look inside and make real changes.