Watermelon Tourmaline & Lepidolite - 08

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I am in control and I feel embraced by universal love.

This beautiful collaboration between lepidolite and elbaite (watermelon tourmaline) creates a stunning specimen showcasing mother earth's creativity. The mood balancing of lepidolite and the heart centred energy of tourmaline brings a sense of calm and ease to your space.

Unearthed in: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Approximate size (cm): 6 x 5cm



Lepidolite is incredibly calming and helpful to those running a million miles an hour. Over thinkers, hormonal moods and stressful circumstances can throw us in a spin. Lepidolite is here to keep you smooth sailing and cool as a cucumber. Feel in control, level headed and confident to cruise through volatile moments. You got this!

As a meditation companion, this stone can assist in shutting down a racing mind and allow for your connection to your body and spirit to take the lead.

Chakra: Crown, Third eye.

Watermelon tourmaline brings the energy of pink and green tourmaline into one mineral. Balancing the masculine with the feminine, this stone can bring a supportive vibration to your energy practices. 

Chakra: Heart



Lepidolite is the purplish to pink variety of mica. Its colour is due to trace elements of manganese and is an ore of lithium.  Found in both large plates of twinned crystal sheets, these tumbles show small platelets of mica compacted together in a large mass.

Elbaite tourmaline forms as prismatic and short tabular crystals and clusters. Crystals show striations down the length of the crystal and are typically singly terminated. These crystals show basal pinacoids and central colour zoning.


Lepidolite is prone to scratching and surface dulling over time if not handled with care. 
MOH's Hardness 2-3

Tourmaline is a resilient mineral, but cluster formations must be handled with care.
MOH's hardness - 7-7.5

Clean with a damp brush. Colour is stable.

Crystal Care click here



Yes, our crystals are ethically sourced & sold.

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Ethical mining/sourcing refers to the conditions in which a crystal is unearthed and the people and/or businesses that do it. Whilst a mineral may be sourced ethically from the earth, many stones are sent to factories in other countries for cutting and polishing into spheres and generators. 

The label of ethics also applies to the selling and consumer purchasing. 

Crystals must be correctly identified, certified as natural with any treatments disclosed. Too often crystals are lab grown or treated in a lab and sold as natural. This is incredibly important to us (and our in-house gemmologist) so each piece is tested and certified and accompanied by and authenticity card.

We pride ourselves on our crystal ethics, from earth to home.