Nowadays, chrysocolla is most often used as: A jewelry and business stone, ideal for making jewelry (pendants, earrings, bracelets, buses and rings), magic items (talismans, amulets and amulets); Small plastic (all-created figurines, figurines and balls). The pliable mineral, perfectly polished, with satisfactory care, remains smooth and shiny for a long time, and the variety of colors allows you to justify it in gold, silver and costume jewelry rafts. Rare varieties of the mineral, similar to turquoise and valued no less than precious stones, take on special significance for collectors who replenish their collections with raw exploits, cabochons or beads. chrysocolla beads, endowed with the ability to absorb negative energy directed at its coating, works as a lightning rod and does not invite trouble to fall on anything. The mineral, considered the favorite stone of King Solomon, makes its owners more intelligent and reasonable. chrysocolla beads, lying in the pockets of a schoolboy or student, helping the emu to successfully cope with a favorite educational task.