Flourite pendant

Flourite pendant

$49.00Price

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This gemstone pendant is made using bare copper wire. It has been treated and polished for an antique look. 

 

It hangs on a pure copper ball chain with a ball clasp. The chain pictured is 29.5  inches. Message me if you would like the chain length shortened.


The top gemstone is flourite 
Flourite is said to
The spiritual healing properties of agate facilitate growth and stability, in keeping with agate meaning. Agate powers encourage quiet introspection and contemplation, providing a soothing, supportive energy for spiritual growth and confidence in your spirituality.

 

The larger bottom stone I THINK is Unakite. This is based on my google search because  I bought it at a trading post on the side of the road during a road trip in Arizona. It was not labeled when I bought it. 
Unakite is said to
 brings together the abundant, nurturing energy of green with the soft, caring passion of pink in one of Nature's most healing crystals of the heart and mind. It resonates with the frequency of love, compassion and kindness, and is a stone dedicated to balancing the emotional body.

 

My pieces have stories and adventures behind them. I love working with stones- their stories could be millions of years old before they became part of my story and now they are part of yours. 

 

The series this pendant is a part of is called Cairns. Rock cairns are stacks of rocks that can be seen marking hiking trails. Rock stacking has carried spiritual meaning across cultures for centuries. The act of balancing stones carries with it a practice of patience and a physical effort of creating balance.

 

In a sense I'm still trying to find balance with these pendants. How do the stones work with one another? How do they need to be wrapped functionally and aesthetically? Its intention and patience and it is my version of a wearable cairn. 

 

Each order comes nicely packaged for gift giving- even if you are gift giving yourself :)

 

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The Siren and The Pirate, Arizona, United States