Wire wrapped multi stone pendant

Wire wrapped multi stone pendant

$52.00Price

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Material

Copper

Dimensions

Necklace length: 22 Inches; Pendant height: 14 Centimeters

Description

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

It hangs on a long 22 " pure copper ball chain with a ball clasp. If you prefer a shorter chain you can send me a message and I'll shorten it to whatever length you like.

The bottom two blue stones are sodalite. Sodalite is a rare rock-forming mineral best known for its blue to blue-violet color. It has a chemical composition of Na4Al3Si3O12Cl and is a member of the feldspathoid mineral group. High-quality sodalite is used as a gemstone, a sculptural material, and an architectural stone.
It is said to encourage rational thought, objectivity, truth and intuition, along with verbalisation of feelings. Sodalite brings emotional balance and calms panic attacks. It enhances self-esteem, self-acceptance and self-trust. Sodalite balances the metabolism, boosts the immune system and overcomes calcium deficiencies.

I'm unsure of what the top gemstone is.

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