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Gaspeite

Gaspeite is an incredible apple green coloured extremely rare nickel carbonate mineral belonging to the Calcite family. It gets its name from the location it was first discovered in The Gaspe Peninsular, Quebec, Canada in 1966.  Although in more recent years small deposits have been located in Western Australia even these now are drying up.

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Gaspeite is another mineral that came to our attention from the Shamanic practises from the south west Native American Nations. Used for delicate channeled inlay in beautiful Zuni jewellery, as treasure beads and carvings from the Navajo and other nations from the pueblos of New Mexico. It was getting hold of and seeing the gorgeous fetish carvings inlaid or carved from Gaspeite that really spiked our interest in Gaspeite a few years ago. The energy was incredible with its earthy dreamy quality that immediately tugged at our sacral and heart chakra. It has taken a few years to collate any genuine information about this mineral at all. But this is what we have found.

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