Cinnabite is a combination of white to pale yellow Scapolite with flecks of red Cinnabar. Rarely you will find a spot of green or yellow green epidote. This beautiful and unique stone is mined only in Peru.
Cinnabar and Scapolite working together stimulate the root, the solar plexus, and the third eye chakras. Using Cinnabar through the third eye, one can envision their potential future. The root / grounding aspect cements those visions into physical reality, and the Scapolite then helps one focus on that vision with persistence until desired goals are attained.
It is a wonderful stone for developing self discipline and willpower.
Below are some lovely cinnabite sterling silver pendants. We have a lot more, including earrings, on the Cinnabite page under Jewelry.
Cinnabite pendant Teardrop shape, 1 1/8 x 13/16, 1 3/4" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Cinnabite pendant Oval shape, 1 1/4 x 7/8", 1 7/8" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Cinnabite pendant Teardrop shape, 2 3/8 x 3/4", 3" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Cinnabite pendant Rectanular shape, 1 1/4 x 3/4, 1 7/8" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Cinnabite pendant Teardrop shape, 1 3/8 x 7/8, 2" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Our Cinnabite is Grade A Quality
Tumbled Cinnabite from Peru. Stones chosen at random. All stones are unique.
Small pieces range from 2 to 4 grams and measure 3/8 to 3/4" Medium stones range from 4 to 8 grams and measure 1/2 to 1" Large stones range from 8 to 15 grams and measure 3/4 to 1 1/4".
Cinnabite pendant Square shape, 1 x 1", 1 11/16" total length with bail. 18" silver tone mesh chain included
Disclaimer: This information regarding the metaphysical and other properties and purposes of these stones are provided for entertainment purposes only. It is not intended for diagnosing illness, prescription, or advice and should not replace proper medical attention. Consult your Doctor or other health care practitioner regarding health issues. Sister's Rocks is not liable for any use or misuse of this information.