Quartz has been used by the ancient Egyptians and the Romans in jewellery. The Egyptians used to bury talismans made of quartz with their dead, and the Romans thought quartz was fossilized ice that they wore as jewellery to keep them cool during the hot months. The Celts mined Smoky quartz in the Cairngorm Mountains that reside in the highlands of Scotland. It has been used to decorate jewellery, kilt pins, weapons, and other Highland garb accessories.
The natural ability of Smoky quartz to dispel negative energy makes it a perfect stone to transmute chaos and confusion into positive energy.
1: 150 mm high
2: 100 mm high
3: 80 mm high