I know that much of the country is being slammed with snow and ice as of late, and it got me thinking about rock crystal (also known as quartz crystal), as it resembles ice. In fact, its name comes from the Greek word for ice, according to The Book of Stones by Robert Simmons & Naisha Ahsian (A great reference book!). I’ve always been drawn to the stone, from my fascination with crystal balls as a child, to the crystal pendants I wore around my neck throughout college. Even today, I have quite a few rock crystal items I adore. This stone is said to heighten spiritual awareness, generate prosperity, and alleviate stress, among other things. Here’s some of my favorite rock crystal pieces I have collected over the years.
One of the things I love about rock crystal is that the price point isn’t necessarily super high. You can find lovely items for not a lot of money, and continue on up to very expensive ones. In addition, there’s designs for all different personal styles, from organic bohemian to refined up-town lady, and the the fact that it’s colorless makes it very easy to work into your wardrobe. I took a virtual shopping tour, and I found some gorgeous pieces I think you may enjoy (in no particular order).
So what about you? Do you own any rock crystal pieces? Is this something that you’re attracted to? I’d love to hear your thoughts. And if you’re one of the people buried in snow, please stay warm and safe!
12 thoughts on “Ice, Ice Baby: Rock Crystal Jewelry”
All beautiful and so happy it’s not snowing here!!!
We are very lucky that our only “ice” is in our jewelry box and our cocktails!
A very enjoyable post! Thanks for your never ending expertise!
Love it all!
I know. I can’t get enough of rock crystal!
LOVE so many of the pieces, especially the Temple St. Clair earrings!
Temple St. Clair is just a classic–adore her amulets.
I’m a big fan of rock crystal as well. What’s not to love?