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Assorted Gemstone Necklaces

Assorted Gemstone Necklaces
Assorted Gemstone Necklaces
Assorted Gemstone Necklaces
$27.00 $42.00
  • Necklace chain included.
  • All stones when worn, hang at heart's center.
  • The stones are named from left to right numbered 1-9:
  • [ 1,2,4,9 are sold]

1. Sodalite [sold]
A stone that mimics that of the sea and its crashing waves. Sodalite usually comes in a beautiful royal blue color, often with white specks on it. It’s an opaque stone that comes in different shades of blue, more often blue grey flecked with white calcite. The name sodalite is derived from the chemical element sodium

2. Blood Stone [sold]
With an aesthetic as dark and earthy as the legends surrounding it, the healing crystal garnered a reputation of sacred power in the Middle Ages when the Bloodstone meaning was linked to the crucifixion of Christ. The legend holds the belief that the blood from His wounds dripped on the dark green earth, which turned it to stone. This ancient legend gave Bloodstone its name and also inspired the long held belief in its exceptional wound healing powers. 

3. Moss Agate

This stone is clear to milky white, with dendritic inclusions of manganese or iron that has grown into patterns similar to moss or lichen. Spots of red may occur in some specimens, and occasionally the crystal is dark green with bluish inclusions.

Throughout history and all cultures, Moss Agate has been known as the crystal of gardeners and agriculture. It was considered a miraculous healing stone for tribal priests of the past, giving them power to interact with our human organic system, and was used as a talisman to make warriors strong and victorious.

4. Rose Quartz [sold]
To early Egyptian, Greek and Roman civilizations, rose quartz meaning within a talisman was that of ownership. Rose quartz talisman were used to signify that a deal had been reached. The Egyptians also believe that the stone could prevent wrinkles and the effects of aging. Greek and Roman myths were the first to attach the symbol of love to the rose quartz meaning. According to the myth, Cupid, the Roman god of desire, or Eros, the Greek god of love, bestowed the gift of love to humans in the form of a rose quartz. Another rose quartz myth tells of the stone receiving its color from the blood Aphrodite spilt in trying to save her dying lover Adonis. Both of the lovers bled over the stone, and its lasting stain is meant to represent eternal love. Later in Ancient Native American cultures, the rose quartz stone meaning was the same. They believed that this love stone could be used in amulets to resolve anger and disappointments, and bring love into the newly harmonized emotions. 

5. Rose Quartz
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6. Tiger Eye
The notion of tiger's eye is linked to the oriental culture, and is linked to the symbol of the tiger as the king of animals, who lived in Japan for 100 years. In ancient myths, it was believed that this stone belongs to god Hades, the god of blacksmiths and artisans. In Rome, the soldiers wore it around their neck, to be courageous, determined and immortal during the fight. Often, tiger's eye had used as a talisman for young children and babies, to protect them from evil thoughts, negative forces and spirits.

7. Labradorite
Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis, an ordinary stone that transforms to the extraordinary, shimmering in a mystical light that separates the waking world from unseen realms. It is, in every sense, a Stone of Magic, a crystal of shamans, diviners, healers, and all who travel and embrace the universe seeking knowledge and guidance. For self-discovery, it is excellent for awakening one's own awareness of inner spirit, intuition and psychic abilities.

8. Labradorite 
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9. Labradorite [sold]
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