Roth’s Rocks offers Specular Hematite (Specularite) for sale by the pound or ton. Specular Hematite will look absolutely gorgeous no matter what size you choose to work with. As it has it’s black, silvery appearance, almost reflecting a rainbow spectrum.
We have Specular Hematite Stones, Landscaping Rocks and Decorative Boulders. We just so happen to live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where Specular Hematite is found in abundance. We have personally collected some amazing specimens. In fact, this is my favorite rock to recommend when our clients want some serious beauty packed into their outdoor projects.
You may also be interested in some small pieces of Specular Hematite for Lapidary Purposes. You will be able to make amazing creations with it. We only hand select the best of the best. You can count on us to over deliver on quality and value for your money!
If you need Specular Hematite, then please feel free to contact us today to learn more about what sizes we have as compared to what you are looking for. Do not hesitate to talk to us because we are sure we can work out some great deals for you!
Specular Hematite Lapidary Creations:
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If you need large quantities of Specular Hematite then you have come to the right place. Roth’s Rocks will help you out! Get a hold of us and let’s make a deal.
Specular Hematite (Specularite) Healing Properties:
Specularite brings grounding and high energy simultaneously. It promotes the aspiration to your personal goals regardless of what is perceived as acceptable, releasing all judgment. This stone assists in grounding high level spiritual energy to the reality of every day life.
The name comes from the Greek word for blood. It has been used as an amulet against bleeding, and so is known as the “blood stone”. When arranged like the petals of a flower, it is referred to as the “iron rose”. Native American folklore states that war paint made from hematite will make one invincible in battle. People in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries wore hematite jewelry during mourning.