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    Hematite Guru Bead 10mm

    Hematite Guru Bead 10mm

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    Hematite Gemstone Guru Bead 10mm - Set of 1

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    Hematite Gemstone Guru Bead approx 10mm - Set of 1, Hole size approx 2mm.

    Guru beads or Tee Joint beads are traditionally used in the making of Mala's. Mala jewellery is used to meditate and the guru bead marks the end of that round of Mantra or Prayer.

    Each Guru bead set has two pieces. 1 bead (with 3 holes) and 1 tower bead. Hole sizes can vary, approximately 2mm.

    Deep black with a metallic shine. Polished Hematite was traditionally used for magic mirrors which had the power to reflect back negativity. Roman soldiers were believed to rub the red powdered hematite on their bodies to make them invulnerable. See additional notes for more information on this stone.

    Additional Information

    Stone Type Reconstituted
    Common gemstone enhancement and likelihood Heating and Pressure (Occasionally)
    Shape Round
    Size 10mm
    Hole Size Approximate (mm) 2.0
    Bead Care - Avoid the following... Acids
    Additional notes Like most of the hematite on the market, this is Hematine is a simulated material virtually identical to real hematite. It even has the same chemical composition - both genuine and simulated hematite are iron oxide. True hematite leaves a red streak when scratched across a piece of unglazed porcelain, while the simulated products usually leave a gray streak. The simulated material is much easier to form into detailed shapes, and still looks and feels like the real material. "Hematine," "hemalike" and "hemalyke" are common names used for this product. If you look closely at the hole in a molded bead of simulated hematite, you will often see a smoothly curved hole rather than the slightly chipped and sharply defined edge of a true drill hole. The holes are usually molded into the bead.