5 Types of Handmade Jewelry

5 Types of Handmade Jewelry

The blue diamond is the most expensive crystal in the world with a value of $3.93 million per carat. The high price tag is due to the rarity of this precious stone. With a price of $57.5 million, a 14.62 carat "Oppenheimer Blue" diamond was the second most expensive jewel ever sold at an auction. 

These crystals are seen as an investment both in finances and health. Crystals are studied to radiate healing energy. This discovery has fueled the rising popularity of handmade crystal jewelry. 

In this guide, we discuss more about what exactly defines a crystal, the benefits of these shining gems, and different types of handmade crystal jewelry to match your mood. Keep reading to learn more!

What Are Crystals?

From a molecular standpoint, crystals are composed of atoms arranged in a grid pattern. Anything with this type of molecular structure qualifies as a crystal. 

This is why salt is a crystal just as much as diamond, but of course, the value of the two are very different. Humans even have crystals in their own bodies. 

When it comes to handmade jewelry with crystals, there is a more specific list of commonly used crystals:

  • Amethyst
  • Azurite
  • Celestite
  • Citrine
  • Fluorite
  • Garnets
  • Malachite
  • Pyrite
  • Rhodochrosite
  • Quartz
  • Diamond

This is just a selection of the most common crystals used in different types of jewelry. However, there is a far more extensive list of all the crystals to ever exist. Certain crystals like Red Beryl and Black Opal are extremely rare and displayed in museums.

The Benefits of Crystals

You've probably determined by now that crystals are amazing. Crystals are beautiful gifts from nature that can be carved and shaped and used for decor and jewelry. 

It's believed by some, especially in alternative medicines, that crystals can provide the body with physical and mental relief. The thought is that crystals connect with the body's energy field and deliver balance. When you read more about the soul-touching benefits of crystals below you'll understand that crystals have the ability to rock your world. 

Uplifting and Mood Boosting

Crystals are sometimes used to treat those with mental health disorders like anxiety and depression. There is no scientific evidence of this, but if you feel your crystals make you happy then they are definitely uplifting your mood.

Many people use crystals to feel grounded and wear them to connect with their inner selves.


Whether you seek crystal healing benefits or not, there is no denying that handmade crystal jewelry can instantly add some flair to your everyday looks. The organic look and feel of wire-wrapped crystal jewelry are incredibly flattering. 

It will add a pop of sparkle and shine to any look. 


Holding and wearing crystals reminds people of nature. It is a tangible reminder to slow down, breathe and pray. Each crystal can be felt, used, and appreciated for a different purpose.

Below are some ideas of what crystals can tend to:

  • Moonstone: promote inner strength
  • Quartz: encourage love and trust
  • Citrine: spark creativity
  • Amethyst: heal and purify

The most important thing when finding any custom jewelry with crystals is that it speaks to you. If you find a certain crystal to be alluring, that is the one to get.

How Is Crystal Jewelry Made?

First crystals are sourced from all over the world. Some crystals are found in Africa, and others in Asia, Europe, or the Americas. A jeweler will then find the right crystals for their handmade jewelry needs.

Sometimes crystals are cut and shaped for a certain setting. Other times they are kept in their raw form.

At Tru Aesthetix we individually source and wrap crystals in small batches. Our crystals are wire wrapped or looped on elastic to create everything from pendants to bracelets. 

Five Types of Handmade Crystal Jewelry Based on Intentions

As mentioned, crystal jewelry has the ability to connect with our energy and balance our chakras. for this reason, plenty of crystal jewelry is sold not by style, but by purpose.

At Tru Aesthetix you can connect with jewelry based on your unique intentions. Below are five types of handmade crystal jewelry built for each intention.

1. Love

Rose quartz is famously the crystal of love. This is not just because of the pink color or name "rose." It is said that this crystal opens the heart to be more accepting of all forms of love. 

It is powerful if you want to heal from a broken heart or are searching for new love. 

2. Stress and Anxiety Relief

Sodalite is a beautiful deep blue self-empowerment stone. It aids in relating old tensions and dismissing new fears so you can truly live without anxiety. It is combined with Howlite, an anti-anxiety crystal.

Howlite is said to boost overall concentration and patience. Howlite is known to harmonize the mind, body, and soul which is why it is so effective at reducing stress and anxiety.

3. Creativity and Confidence

The sheer beauty of crystals makes them great brain fuel. So many colorful crystals are excellent at boosting creative thinking. Unakite is especially powerful for this intention.

This crystal reminds people wearing it to stay in the present. It is great if you have the intention to be more present and not detached from the moment. 

4. Communication

You can shop from wire-wrapped or beaded fluorite jewelry for effective communication. This is a great stone to wear for job interviews or public speaking.

Fluorite helps relax you and improve your concentration. It's also a stunning studying companion. Keep fluorite by your side, or better yet wear it, when you need to focus.

5. Abundance and Prosperity

Green aventurine connects with the heart chakra. It brings about harmony and happiness. That is why wearing green aventurine jewelry is said to be lucky

Which Crystal Speaks to You?

Every person will feel a different pull to a certain crystal. When shopping for handmade crystal jewelry, find the stone that speaks to you.

If you want a taste of everything, our Chakra Set is the perfect combo to set all of your intentions straight!

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