Agate Black Pocket Stone Charms w/ Pagan Symbols
Includes Triple Moon Goddess, God, Spiral, Triskelion, Pentagram and Ankh symbols on small black agate pocket stones.
Black agate is a kind of agate that is distinguished by its black color, which is caused by impurities of carbon or manganese. Agate is a microcrystalline variety of quartz, and is often found in volcanic and metamorphic rocks.
Black agate is a popular stone for use in jewelry and decorative objects, as it has a sleek and sophisticated appearance. It is commonly used in men's jewelry, as it is believed to be a masculine and understated stone. Black agate can likewise be found in other colors, such as brown and gray, and may have banding patterns or other inclusions.
Black agate is generally safe to handle. Consumption and being used in gem waters, especially in the case of rough specimens, is not advised.
Black agate is a relatively durable and hard stone, with a Mohs hardness rating of 6.5-7. However, like all stones, it can still be prone to cracking, chipping, or breaking if dropped or subjected to sudden impacts. It is important to handle black agate with care and avoid exposing it to extreme temperature changes or chemicals that could damage the stone.
Black agate is known for its protective and grounding qualities. It helps to protect against negative energies. It also helps increase emotional stability and inner strength, and to provide a feeling of security during stressful times.
No information here is intended to diagnose, treat or cure ailments or afflictions of any kind. One should always consult a medical professional if a serious issue presents itself.