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Bloodstone Skull

  • Bloodstone
  • 2″ Hand Carved Stone
  • 3.52 Oz
  • Beautiful Display Piece


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Bloodstone is a dark forest green form of Chalcedony.  It is a Cryptocrystalline Quartz.  In general Bloodstone registers about a 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness but often it scores slightly lower.  It features splashes of deep red throughout the stone, thus its name Bloodstone.  The red splashes are actually Iron Oxide more specifically hematite.

It is found through out the world but most prominently in India, Madagascar, and Brazil.

This Bloodstone Skull is hand carved and measures 2″

3.53 oz

1.36 x 2 x 1.7 in

It is a wonderful display piece

Additional Information about stone skulls:

Stone skulls hold a multifaceted history across cultures and time periods. In Mesoamerican civilizations like the Aztecs and Maya, they played roles in religious rites and funerary practices, such as offerings to gods or as displays for sacrificial victims. Medieval Europe incorporated stone skulls into Gothic art and architecture, symbolizing mortality and the fleeting nature of life. In Tibetan Buddhism, they serve as ritual implements, representing the impermanence of existence and the path to enlightenment. Contemporary art and culture also embrace stone skulls, with artists like Damien Hirst exploring themes of mortality and wealth through elaborate sculptures. Across history, stone skulls have symbolized humanity’s relationship with death, spirituality, and the transient nature of life.

Additional information

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 1.36 × 2 × 1.7 in


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