There is an ever-growing variety of unique and beautiful semi-precious gemstones on the market today, but few are as stunning as seraphinite. In fact it's one of my favorite stones to work with when I'm making my own beaded jewelry, and as a retailer I find there is a growing demand for seraphinite by consumers.
This dark green stone, a member of the Chlorite group of minerals, is typically an olive-green color with feathery wisps of silvery-white running through it. The stone is named after the seraphs (winged angelic beings) because of its beautiful feathery appearance - hence it is often also referred to as "The Angel Stone".
Seraphinite is lovely when used in jewelry, either set in precious metals or as part of creative beadwork designs. Here you will find more information about the stone as well as have the chance to shop for amazing finished jewelry featuring it, as well as for supplies for creating your own designs with "The Angel Stone" at home.