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Emerald Magic Sacks

Emerald Magic Sacks

Regular price $15.15 USD
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These Emerald Magic Sacks come with 3 pieces of Emerald in matrix* and a handful of lightly-tumbled emerald chips. They are packaged in a deep green organza bag and tied with a bronze Eye of Horus, symbolic of Emerald's Egyptian history.

Magic Sacks are designed to be a perfect ready-made gift for a loved one or to take with you on the go.
We send them your way with love and beautiful energy!

Each order comes with one magic sack. You can trust us to intuitively choose the perfect one for you!

*We were not 100% happy with the Emerald in matrix we received from our supplier, and this is reflected in the price of these Magic Sacks. But we have made sure every Magic Sack has a piece or two with visible green emerald and have included high quality chips to add some more of Emerald's beautiful green hue!


History | Science

The term "emerald" was first used in the 14th Century, derived from an Old French or Middle English term that was a derivative of a Latin word meaning "Green Gem."
Emerald is, indeed, a green variety of the mineral Beryl, a family of gemstones that also includes Aquamarine, Morganite, and more.
The oldest emeralds are estimated to be around 3 million years old, and Emeralds were mined in Ancient Egypt, at least as far back as 1500 BCE. Some researchers have suggested it could have been as far back as 3500 BCE. To the Ancient Egyptians, green was a sacred color denoting fertility and the growth of crops associated with the annual flooding of the Nile. Emerald was a particular favorite of Cleopatra, who managed to snatch a mine back from the Greeks, giving it the name "Cleopatra's Mine." However, Cleopatra also controlled the area where the vast majority of peridot was found, and current research suggests that a lot of her "emeralds" were actually peridot.
Today, Columbia is by far the largest producer of Emeralds in the world, with Zambia a distant second.

Metaphysical Properties

To the ancient Egyptians, Emerald was a symbol of life and fertility. It was buried with pharaohs as a symbol of eternal life, and it was associated with the annual flooding of the Nile, which brought them the fertile soil of abundance. Today, we still consider Emerald to be a life-affirming stone, representing growth, good fortune, and vitality.



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Our crystals are one-of-a-kind art, created by nature.

No two pieces are the same, and there is no such thing as "perfection" in nature.

When it comes to our hand-carved items, remember that artists work with and around imperfections, druzy pockets, and other natural variations to bring each carving out of a piece of natural stone.

We consider these imperfections to be one of the most wonderful parts of crystal collecting, and we invite you to embrace each carving's uniqueness!

We will always try to portray each piece honestly, so be sure to look closely at our images and videos to ensure you know what to expect.

Metaphysical Information

Metaphysical information mentioned anywhere by The Triceratory should not be considered medical advice and is not meant to be used in place of needed medical treatment.

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