Charoite Beads are extremely rare stone that is found completely in the Sakha Republic along Siberia, Russia. It is believed that the ground and weather in this area are so complicated for the miners along the location by helicopter! In fact, Charoite is named after the Chara River in Siberia.
Moreover, some other people suggested that the term originated from the Russian word “chary”, which means “magic”, or “charms”. These Charoite beads usually show glowing, chatoyant swirls of lavender, pink, silver gray, and violet. Charoite are also often consists of inclusions in the golden yellow mineral, Tinkasite.