The versatile stone with different minerals
The versatile stone with different minerals

The versatile stone with different minerals

EUR 129,95

Septary consists of different minerals and forms different patterns. This makes each stone unique.

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Product description

dragon stone

Septary is formed by drying out tuberous mounds of mud. The resulting shrinkage cracks were filled with calcite. The white calcite contrasts nicely with the often dark background and is therefore sometimes called 'dragon stone'. This septary has been lightly polished in its natural form, so that irregularities have been preserved.

Popular sites

Although septarian is found all over the world, the most popular sites are Morocco and Madagascar. Septary always originated in the same way, but they look very different per site. Actually, there is never a septary exactly the same, not even from the same site.

Septarian from Madagascar

The Madagascar Septarian is light brown in color. Here, the dark lines formed by aragonite stand out. Calcite is often found in this. The Madagascar septaria also regularly contains fossils that have become stuck in the mud

Working of Septaria

Septarian helps to find balance in daily life and to face challenges. Are you too busy with others or on social media? Let septarian help find a balance. The stone has a grounding effect and puts you on the ground with both feet.

Product information
Article code Spt19
EAN 8784765326187
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