SOLD OOAK Quartz Cluster Ring Size 8

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SOLD OOAK Quartz Cluster Ring Size 8

175.00

One of a kind Quartz Cluster Ring set in sterling silver with an extra wide band

band measures: 1/2” wide

Raw crystals are fragile by nature so please wear your Earthling piece with respect to that fact.

This listing is for the one Raw crystal cluster ring, not the other ones shown.

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This prismatic crystal has a hardness score of 7. That makes it extremely durable, and apt for a wide range of uses. Sand that is composed of broken down quartz is one of the main components of glass, but it’s the tech industry that takes advantage of the programmability of quartz. Used in frequency controls and electronic circuits, quartz can be found in cell phones, television receivers, computers and more. The LCD screens found on tablets, laptops and televisions actually stands for liquid crystal display. To create that, a layer of liquid crystal is placed between transparent electrodes to affect reflectivity and the transmission of light.

The hexagonal structured system of the crystal is, at a cellular level, made up of silicon dioxide. Just as the human body is comprised of silicon dioxide, the earth’s crust consists of 12% silicon dioxide. Many believe that this similarity in cellular composition accounts for the interactive communication between gemstones like quartz and the human body.

A scientist at IBM, Marcel Vogel, has studied the connection between human emotion and the molecular structure of crystals. He believed that the crystal’s cellular formation was susceptible to change depending on what he was thinking at the time. According to Vogel, the crystal reacts to your “program” and mirrors it in its own composition.