The versatile stone with different minerals
The versatile stone with different minerals
€79,95

The versatile stone with different minerals

EUR 79,95

Septarian consists of different minerals and always forms different patterns. This makes every stone unique.

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Product description

Dragonstone

Septarian is formed by the drying out of tuberous mounds of mud. The shrinkage cracks that arose were filled with calcite. The white calcite contrasts nicely with the often dark background and is therefore sometimes called 'dragon stone'.

Popular sites

Although September is found all over the world, the most popular sites are Morocco and Madagascar. Septarian has always been created in the same way, but still look very different per location. Actually, there is never a septary exactly the same, not even from the same location.

Septarian from Madagascar

The Septarian from Madagascar Is light brown in color. Here, the dark lines formed by aragonite stand out. Within this area calcite is often found. In the Septary from Madagascar there are also regular fossils that have become trapped in the mud

Operation of Septarian

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

Product information
Article code Spt2
EAN 8784765300590
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