Pacific Crest Silver

Est. 2015 by Rashel Fitchett

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About the stones

All of my creative work starts with a stone. This month, that stone is Larimar.

Larimar, or its more scientific name, Pectolite, is a rare blue stone that is only found in volcanic systems of the Dominican Republic. 

The stone includes patterns such as:

  • webs
  • circles
  • landscape-like images
  • little speckles
  • wavy lines
  • large fields of plain color
  • radiating lines
  • arching lines

Larimar is a moderately hard stone with a Mohs scale of 4.5-5 which is about the hardness of ordinary steel or tooth enamel. This means, if you run it up against a material that is harder, like glass or concrete, you can scratch it.

If you are interested in its magical correspondences I have chosen ones that time well with those of rainbow moonstone as well, because, well, I am using this stone this month too. They are as such:

  • Water
  • Yin
  • Balance
  • Confidence
  • Scorpio
  • Sacral Chakra

Meet the creator

I so look forward to her Instagram posts to see her monthly jewelry collections that she draws out utilizing the actual stone and then watching the pieces come to life!


Absolutley stunning, even nicer in the flesh.


Unbelievable work, unbelievable lady!.


I love that Rashel aquires some of the highest quality moonstones. I'm always confident when I purchase a moonstone from Rashel!


She was so very helpful and patient with me in helping me decide just what I wanted.