Serpentine Stichtite Palmstone 1pc

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I am connected to self and spirit, I release fear and attract love.

This crystal helps the heart and mind communicate bringing an overall balance of emotions, reactions and allowing you to navigate through new journeys in life. A stone of new beginnings and excellent for children, keep close as you take on new tasks, challenges and relationships.

Unearthed in: Tasmania, Australia
Stone size: 4.5 x 4.5cm approx
NOTE: we will intuitively select one for you.




Known in the healing community as "Atlantasite" this trade name refers to the combination of two minerals Serpentine and Stichtite.

A powerful healing combination of heart and crown energy this crystal is known to aid in your spiritual connection and manifesting with heart centred energies. 

By helping you to connect your heart and mind together use this mineral to help break down a situation and better understand, react and respond without past trauma filters getting in the way of clarity and understanding. 

A stone of Australian earth brings a special grounding quality, releasing fears and evoking an inner strength and confidence.



Forming in masses combining these two chemically different minerals. Serpentine (green) is a subgroup of minerals (part of the kaolinite-serpentine group) are greenish, brownish, or spotted minerals commonly found in Serpentinite rocks. They are used as a source of Magnesium and Asbestos, and as a decorative stone.

Stichtite (purple)is a carbonate of chromium and magnesium and forms due to the alteration of Chromite in Serpentine. 

Discovered in 1910 on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia, it was first recognised by A.S. Wesley a former chief chemist with the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company, it was named after Robert Carl Sticht the manager of the mine.



All crystals possess different physical qualities that can make them brittle, delicate or unstable. Take time to read and understand the best way to store, clean and use your crystal.
 Can be brittle and sharp on edges. MOH's hardness varies from 1.5-6 depending on the mineral exposed to scratching. 
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.