Moldavite Gemstone

Moldavite was named by Armand Dufrénoy after the town of Moldauthein in Bohemia. Moldavite is also called “The Holy Grail Stone” and has a high vibration and intense frequency. It’s also nicknamed “The Stone Of Transformation” as it’s an amazing transformation crystal.

Moldavite Gemstones

What is moldavite gemstone?

Moldavite stone is a fascinating stone. It's a vitreous silica rock that came into being after a meteorite impact over 15 million years ago. It falls under the category of glass and usually has a dark green or olive color. Moldavite is known to be a stone of transformation and can help with shifting thoughts and patterns along with protecting you from negative energy.

Types of moldavite gemstone

This molten glass is then flung into the air where it cools as it falls to the ground.

  • Faceted Moldavite.
  • Rough Moldavite.
  • Uncut Moldavite.
  • Moldavite Silver Rings and Earrings.
  • Moldavite Silver Rings.
  • Uncut Moldavite Specimens.
  • Moldavite Gold Ring.

What are the properties of moldavite gemstones?

Metaphysical Properties

Moldavite is said to bring good luck to those who wear it. Moldavite gemstone also benefits in bringing harmony to marital relationships and so was a common betrothal gift. Moldavite has been used for creating talismans and amulets to bring good fortune, and protection and even help with increasing fertility.

Moldavite Geological Properties

Moldavite occurs in varieties of green from pale to deep forest, though some greenish-brown specimens have also been found. Medium green also known as"bottle green" which is apparently with no brown is the most preferred color. Typically opaque, moldavite in rare instances can be transparent and is worth a substantial amount more than opaque varieties. Green 

Malachite is a mineral of copper and one of the most beautiful minerals known. In nature, this relatively soft mineral usually shows various tints of green, varying from dark, rich green to bright green. Gemstone-quality of faceted moldavite is often categorized as regular or museum grade. Medium-grade moldavite usually has higher transparency with fern-like patterns. Regular moldavite is darker, can have brownish coloring and has more of a pitted look. Moldavite's texture is one of its most intriguing characteristics since the raw gemstone looks wrinkled, etched or imprinted.

Where is moldavite found?

Currently, moldavites have been found in an area that includes southern Bohemia, western Moravia, the Cheb Basin (northwest Bohemia), Lusatia (Germany), and Waldviertel (Austria).

What are the colors available in moldavite gemstone?

Moldavite loose gemstone is not only unique in its origin from other gemstones, but it also differs in color, shape, and size among other specimens. When it comes to color, moldavite beads can range from brown to olive green to brighter bottle green. Moldavite’s colors can also be loosely related to different strewn fields.

Where to buy Moldavite gemstone?

You can buy Moldavite gemstone beads from various sources, such as:

Also, while you choose to buy moldavite gemstone online be sure to purchase from reputable sellers to check the quality and authenticity to ensure that it is genuine moldavite beads. Therefore buy moldavite beads bulk from reputed sellers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the value of moldavite?

A: The value of Moldavite which comes in sizes of 0.5 and 19.99 g  is between 8 USD and 15 USD per gram. However, if the stone is not chipped with a perfect surface the value can very easily jump to 30 USD per gram or even more

Q: Is moldavite lucky?

A: Moldavite is said to bring good luck to those who wear it, according to Czechoslovakian legend. It was also believed moldavite could help bring harmony in marital relationships and so was a common betrothal gift.

Q: What zodiac is moldavite?

A: Moldavite is associated with Aquarius, Cancer, Capricorn, Gemini, Leo, Pisces, Sagittarius and Scorpio, with people under those signs receiving a more potent effect from the properties of the gem.

Q: What makes moldavite special?

A: Moldavite is the only tektite in gemstone quality. This makes moldavite unique among gemstones. It is beloved for its peculiarity and rarity, which is reflected in the wide variety of sizes, shapes, textures and shades of green gemstone moldavite. Moldavites are often collected in their original rough form, which has many variations.

Q: Is moldavite rare than diamonds?

A: Moldavite is a rare material popular with collectors of unusual gems as well as those interested in its formation from a meteorite impact. Moreover, according to statistical data, it is proven that moldavites are rarer than gold and even rarer than diamonds.

Q: How can you tell moldavite crystal is real?

A: Fortunately, the identification of faceted moldavite is simple. 

  • Real moldavite is bottle green in color.
  • Moldavite has a grooved and rugged texture.
  • Moldavite is small with an irregular, flat shape.
  • There are bubbles inside real moldavite.
  • Real moldavite is full of imperfections.
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