Honeycomb Calcite Palmstones

$42.00

This is a bulk listing. All of the palmstones are hand-selected and are the same size. Choose the number you'd like and add to your cart. Some videos will be shown on Instagram as well on the weekend of December 10th.

Find ease and amplified confidence in whatever you do when you hold the palmstones from this Honeycomb Calcite collection. These will be made available this weekend sometime between Friday and Sunday. The schedule is still being worked on. Stay tuned!⁠

So many of you have partaken in the Utah Honeycomb Calcite that I've sold out of in the past. I found these gorgeous beauties at the Denver Gem Show this year. These are MUCH smoother on the surface and they all have a gorgeous honeycomb quality to them. ⁠

On quick examination of this batch, holding one in my hands with my eyes closed, I feel a rumbling through my torso. It's like an ocean wave... like the sea foam bubbling up on the shore. It feels like deep healing. Clearing out some gunk to fill with this sunlight yellow... to thrive another day... ⁠

This calcite was found in Utah after a sizable emerald was found. They didn't find any other emeralds, but they found these. They only exist in one location and are very rare. I picked these up from some Seattle area mine owners who are always on the lookout for rocks to hound. ⁠

Experts estimate this calcite to be more than 150 million years old. You see white deposits in the stone believed to be sea foam that was able to solidify and attach to the calcite during the creation of the stone. The belief is this particular calcite was created by a meteor strike and consequently flash formed in a millisecond. Since this form of calcite has never been found anywhere else, the naming of the stone was left to its founders. It was named Honeycomb Calcite for its naturally forming honeycomb pattern found in the stone. ⁠

Additional Info:

The crystals in the photos are representative of this collection and are not always the exact crystal you are buying since they are shown in full view on videos on Instagram.

These are natural crystals and have flaws and imperfections as part of the growing and mining process. All qualities outlined in the Instagram video represent the crystal you are choosing.