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    Your looks are sure to shine with oceanic style when you use the blue apatite 5.5-6.5mm round beads from Dakota Stones. Available by the strand, these beads feature an orb-like shape and a versatile size that can be used in necklaces, bracelets and earrings. These beads look as if they contain the ocean within them, full of churning blue colors. Pair these beads with coral colors for a look inspired by the sea. Blue apatite is a blue transparent phosphate material. It derives from the Greek word "apate," meaning to deceive, because it is often mistaken for other stones. The color of this material is such a vibrant blue that it is difficult to believe it could be found naturally. But this color is 100% natural. Mined in Brazil, Mexico, Myanmar, Africa and the USA, this stone has a Mohs hardness of 5. Metaphysical Properties: Often called a dual-action stone, blue apatite is used to achieve goals. It removes negativity, confusion and stimulates the mind to expand knowledge and truth. It is a great stone for encouraging inspiration and is famous for deepening meditation.Because gemstones are natural materials, appearances may vary from piece to piece.
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Dakota Stones Blue Apatite 5.5-6.5mm Round Bead Strand

CODE: R0438
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Reg. $15.99

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CODE: R0438 Hole Size: 0.8mm Strand Length: Approx 8" Sold: by the Strand Materials: Apatite Color: Blue

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Your looks are sure to shine with oceanic style when you use the blue apatite 5.5-6.5mm round beads from Dakota Stones. Available by the strand, these beads feature an orb-like shape and a versatile size that can be used in necklaces, bracelets and earrings. These beads look as if they contain the ocean within them, full of churning blue colors. Pair these beads with coral colors for a look inspired by the sea. Blue apatite is a blue transparent phosphate material. It derives from the Greek word "apate," meaning to deceive, because it is often mistaken for other stones. The color of this material is such a vibrant blue that it is difficult to believe it could be found naturally. But this color is 100% natural. Mined in Brazil, Mexico, Myanmar, Africa and the USA, this stone has a Mohs hardness of 5. Metaphysical Properties: Often called a dual-action stone, blue apatite is used to achieve goals. It removes negativity, confusion and stimulates the mind to expand knowledge and truth. It is a great stone for encouraging inspiration and is famous for deepening meditation.

Because gemstones are natural materials, appearances may vary from piece to piece.

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