Kyanite is recognizable by its jeans blue colour, but it can also have a darker blue or a sapphire blue. Kyanite is also often streaked with white. The most famous deposits are in the Kali Gandaki area, the border between Nepal and Tibet.
Kyanite in baroque shape 6*10mm on 40cm thread. Also called disthene, belongs to the group of silicates and is typical of metamorphic rocks. As its Greek etymology "kuanos", which translates as "blue", indicates, cyanite is a generally indigo blue crystal, with some touches of white, green and sometimes black.
Cyanite blue, in shaped of a faceted washer, 3 * 5mm, sold on a thread of 39cm, the energy that the stone contains gives it many virtues that can be used to fight against physical and emotional disorders.