RUBY IN ZOISITE PENDANT
Ruby in zoisite is a gemstone that is formed when ruby (a type of corundum) is embedded in a matrix of zoisite, a calcium aluminum silicate mineral. Ruby in zoisite is often found in shades of green, pink, and purple, and it is known for its unique, multicolored appearance. It is found in a variety of locations around the world, including Tanzania, India, and Madagascar.
Ruby in zoisite is often cut and polished into cabochons or beads for use in jewelry, and it is also sometimes tumbled to create a smooth, polished finish. It is considered a semi-precious stone, and it is rated at a 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, making it quite durable.
Ruby in zoisite is believed to have various properties and associations in crystal healing practices. It is said to promote love, passion, and creativity, and it is also believed to have the ability to bring good luck and success. Ruby in zoisite is also sometimes used in Feng Shui, a traditional Chinese practice that involves arranging objects in a specific way to create a harmonious energy flow in a space.