Green goldstone is a type of man-made glass that contains tiny flecks of copper suspended in it.
The copper gives the glass its distinctive green color and glittery appearance.
Despite its name, green goldstone does not contain any actual gold.
This type of glass is typically made by melting silica, copper oxide, and other metal oxides together in a furnace.
The molten glass is then allowed to cool and solidify before being polished to a smooth finish.
The history of green goldstone is not entirely clear, but it is believed to have been created in 17th century Venice, Italy, by glassmakers attempting to imitate the appearance of natural aventurine gemstones.
Its deep green color is believed to promote healing, balance, and harmony.
Green Goldstone is often used in meditation practices to enhance spiritual growth and development.
Some people believe that it can help to clear blockages in the chakras and enhance psychic abilities.
It is also said to be a stone of abundance, attracting wealth and prosperity into one's life.