'Septerye is a combination of Calcite, Chalcedony and Aragonite. Septerye is formed when cracks appears in solidified Silica found in seafloor sediment mineral accretions and fossil stones.
When the nodule (mud based rock) cracks, due to shrinkage, colonies of micro sea organisms settle into the cracks.
When these organisms and minerals crystallize, they create a layer of calcite which acts like a cementing type of bond between the cracks of the sedimentary mud rock, Chalcedony and Aragonite.
Septerye is an excellent crystal support for self-nurturing, caring about others and caring for the Earth. Septerye energetically provides grounding, acceptance, flexibility, generosity and increases tolerance for self and others.
Septerye enhances the ability to bring together groups of people with focused and clear communication of ideas and purpose.
This rock type has lovely colours and fantastic patterns. Classically polished into an egg format and appropriately named Dragons eggs which tend to have crystalline exposures.
Septerye Sauvage Dragon Egg
Locality = Mahajanga, Madagascar
Grade = Good to A Grade
Average Size :
A = 11cm x 7cm
B = 11cm x6.5cm
C = 9cm x 6cm
D = 10cm x 6cm
Each crystal that comes out of the ground is unique in its own way, you will never find two the same, this does mean that colours, shapes and sizes vary and by nature crystals do have imperfections.