This is the second part of the $100 crystal haul. Here we have the remaining gemstones, semi-precious stones and crystals from AliExpress.com. All items shown in this video cost $5 or less at the time of the purchase. The links and the screenshots of the crystals from the video for those who ain't got no time to watch the clip are below the video.
Blue Lapis Lazuli pyramid
The first package was shipped regular mail. It was packed inside a bubble envelope and some packing foam. Nothing too overwhelming, but it was enough to get it to me safely.
Here we have a blue pyramid from a semi-precious stone called Lapis Lazuli. The base is 3 cm or 1 1/4 inches wide, and the pyramid is 2 cm or 1 inch tall.
Product link: http://ali.ski/JSv0hj
Blue 40mm Quartz ball
The next package was shipped in a plastic envelope, and inside cardboard boxes. In one we have a square glass base, and in the second is the blue ball… no pun intended. The ball is 40 mm, or a bit over 1 inch and a half in diameter.
Product link: http://ali.ski/dZNfI
Loose Jade (might be Green Aventurine) (50 gr.)
Here we have 50 grams or less than 2 ounces of loose jade. Jade is a special stone that is believed to promote wisdom, balance, and peace. The total amount comes to 12 pieces. You could use them for various crafts,
or place them around in an aesthetical manner.
*As someone pointed in the comments on YouTube, this might be Green Aventurine
Product link: http://ali.ski/N7–wE
These blue amethyst pieces have arrived in a plastic bag, unlike the jade ones, which came in a bubble mailer, but thankfully they arrived safely in a layer of bubble wrap. There are 15 pieces all together.
Product link: http://ali.ski/6s3g9
The last crystal is my absolute favourite. It was packed inside a bubble mailer with a thick layer of foam. This beautiful wand point is from a stone called Labradorite. It is quite heavy, and at 3.5 inches or about 9 cm long. Given the price and the size of the crystal, I think this is a pretty good deal.
Product link: http://ali.ski/s90WL8
Our total shopping haul for crystals was at $100+
See the first part here: