This funky design offers great versatility. Wear it as a bracelet, or simply add the extender chain to wear it as a necklace. It features semi-precious stones and vintage pieces such as; tokens, pocket watch parts, skeleton keys, and much more.
Stone of the Week - Labradorite
Made in Canada! Yes, Labradorite was first discovered on St. Paul Island, Labrador, Canada in 1770. An Eskimo legend tells of a warrior who found the Northern Lights imprisoned in the rocks along the coast of Labrador. He was able to free most of the lights with one mighty blow of his spear, but some of the lights were still trapped in the rock. And so today we are left with beautiful stone, labradorite.
This stone has a beautiful shimmer or 'fire' when it catches the light. It is said to bring synchronicity and help recharge energy, while protecting from negativity.
Stone of the Week - Chrysophrase
This stone is the colour of summer this year! Crysophrase has a beautiful opalescent apple green colour derived from the nickel content in the stone. Legend tells that Chrysophrase will aid and hasten healing of physical wounds by holding it over a wound and keeping close while sleeping. It vibrates with the heart chakra and promotes joy, happiness and love while fostering acceptance. It may help to dispell bad dreams and bring prosperity.
Stone of the Week - Carnelian
Carnelian is one of my all time favourites! It's your 'get things done' stone. Carnelian vibrates with the sacral chakra, below the navel. it can be very grounding, while strengthening confidence, courage, motivation and ambition. And it is a beautiful, bold, fiery orange colour!
Blue Lace Agate is a Chalcedony stone who's name comes from the lacy bands of white that run through the pale blue stone. It is known to promote communication and can bring a sense of tranquility as it helps to alleviate anger stress and tension.
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