This Ammolite freeform was hand set in Alberta, Canada by Melissa Robak, one of the company owners. It's unique design is tension set to the stone, allowing the true beauty of the Ammolite gem to shine through. The stone is primarily red, with flashes of green and yellow along the edging.
Ammolite is one of just a few organic gemstones on the market and the only one with precious gem status. It has a hardness of 4 of the Mohs scale, and the bright iridescent colors make it relatively easy to identify.
Ammolite is believed to have absorbed universal knowledge, therefor granting wisdom and wealth to the wearer. The spiral shell of the full ammonite is thought to raise energy flow, converting negative energy into positive. Ammolite is also helpful for building stamina and releasing trauma.
Ammolite represents good luck and is said to attract prosperity and abundance. To give you what you need out of life, not necessarily what you want.
Ammolite was also known as Inskim, the Buffalo Stone. It was declared a gemstone in 1981 and is one of the newest gemstones ever discovered.