Native American Medicine Company’s Treasure Cans are made with high quality, 26 gauge Sterling silver and polished gemstone inlay. This oval shaped treasure can’s lid in inlaid with Sonora Sunset and its sides are hammered in a lovely pattern.
Chrysocolla Cuprite, also known as Sonora Sunset, and sometimes Sonora Sunrise, is named for the lovely and colorful sunsets over the Sonoran Desert, from which it is found. The blue/green is Chrysocolla, the red is Cuprite, and the black is Iron. Chrysocolla is named from the Greek chrysos (gold) and kola (glue), in allusion to the name of the material used to solder gold. Cuprite is named from the Latin, cuprum, meaning copper. This Chrysocolla Cuprite is from the Milpillas Mine in Sonora, Mexico. Its hardness ranges from 2.0 to 7.0 on the Mohs scale.
Chrysocolla is known as a healing stone among Native American Indian cultures where it was used for strengthening the body’s resistance and bringing about calm feelings of tranquility.
Metaphysically, chrysocolla is associated with serenity, tranquility, peace, patience, tolerance, acceptance, unconditional love, meditation, calmness, hope, gentleness, and sensitivity. Cuprite assists us in dealing with female relationships, mother, sister, daughter, wife or a female partner. It is also said to be helpful in dealing with major problems: irrational anxieties, terror from past traumas, and fear of dying. This stone is a powerful gateway that gives vigor and vitality to the soul to fight the challenging situations of the life. The Sterling silver can serves to enhance the energies of the stones around it, while also strengthening the connection between the astral and physical planes.
Stash your tiny treasures in the Native American Medicine Treasure Can to infuse them with these powerful energies.
3 ½” tall x 1 ¼” wide.