Malachite Slab with Prominent Eyes
This gorgeous high quality Malachite Slab has stunning, vibrant green colors with prominent eye formations, on both sides. These well-formed, swirling orbicular eye patterns are highly coveted by collectors. The Malachite specimen has a high quality polish on both sides is luxe, reflective + glossy.
This Malachite Slab can be used as a functional surface to display your other crystals or jewelry, or show it off in a specimen stand.
This Malachite Crystal Slab will make a stunning addition to your crystal collection, a meaningful gift, a powerful surface for your manifestation + moon rituals, or a beautiful piece for your vanity or meditation altar.
Malachite is a Fire Element stone that resonates with the Solar Plexus + the Heart Chakra. Malachite is a stone of transformation + positive change. Malachite cleanses the aura. It balances negative emotions + offers protection from negative energy.
4.55 oz (129 grams)
Polished on both sides, one edge is a straight cut, the other edgess are rough.
Crystal Healing Properties of Malachite
Malachite is excellent for healing the Heart, clearing the fog of confusing emotions. It stimulates your higher passions, inspires creativity + boosts one's confidence to move forward with clarity, in alignment with the frequency of joy.
Malachite's energy resonates with the Divine Masculine, carrying the frequency of the enlightened leader. It stimulates chi, energizing the flow of life force throughout the aura + physical body. It assists those in power positions with great responsibility carry out the Will of the Divine without ego-based motivations. (Naisha Ashian)
Malachite was found in ancient Egyptian artifacts dating back as early as 3000 BC. Malachite is a green copper carbonate mineral with a hardness of 3.5-4, so relatively soft as quartz is a 7, diamond is a 10. Malachite should not be left in water + although it's flat like a plate, it is not a food safe crystal.
You will receive this exact piece of Malachite that you see in the pictures. Pics show front + back of the slab.