Rauchtopaz 575 carats (ct)
2 854.55 $
- Weight :
575 carats (ct.)
- Location of origin:
Russia, Ural, Astaf’evskoe field
Smoky Quartz (Rauchtopaz) – The sacred stone of India and Tibet, where it is called the “stone of the Buddha”, rauchtopaz always appreciated in these deeply religious and mysterious land above rock crystal – thanks to him the Eastern sages were in trance state or acquire a “nirvana”, which means a complete purification of consciousness and a sense of absolute bliss. Smoky quartz has been a frequent member of meditation and “focus of force” regardless stone contemplation and rest, frees the body of toxins and negativity. And the myths featured magic bowl, carved from a single piece rauchtopas – drinking water poured into it, it was possible to cure any disease.
Interestingly, the history of smoky quartz in Europe originally ran parallel to the eastern surveys – before it was called kengorm stone, named after the mountain of the same name in Scotland, where it is found in large quantities. Scotland, the most cold, harsh and mysterious part of the British Isles – certainly suitable arena for the emergence rauchtopas, which became a favorite ornament mountain people of both sexes. In Russia, this stone has been known since the Middle Ages along with rock crystal, amethyst and citrine – “Quartz” was one of the major revenue sources of local residents of the Urals, which cut one necklace and some simple crafts. Since the bright yellow citrines valued slightly higher than rauchtopas, Russian masters invented an original way – brown quartz crystals on all sides were coated with a thick layer of dough, and then put into the oven and baked like a loaf as a result of this kind of heat treatment lightened stones, gold color is stronger, and the “smoke” would disappear if it was not, the meat “blanket” also protects the mineral from cracking due to heating.
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