Gemstone Vibe

 

Turquoise has been used in jewelry for thousands of years. One of the oldest known examples is a bracelet belonging to the Egyptian queen Zer who ruled around 5500 BCE. Many Native American tribes also valued this stone believing it to be a bridge between Earth and Sky, grounding while remaining open to Spirit.

 

Turquoise promotes empathy, yet stabilizes mood swings, making it good for use with panic attacks or depression. It stimulates the Third Eye for use in mediation and activates the Throat Chakra, aiding in communication. Turquoise is a stone of self-forgiveness, self-acceptance and release from beliefs that no longer serve. 

 

Sleeping Beauty Turquoise is prized for its smooth robin's egg blue coloring with limited veining. It comes from the Sleeping Beauty Mine in Arizona, named so because the mountain resembles the figure of a reclined woman with her arms crossed.

 

Spiny Oyster comes from the shell of the Spondylus, a mollusk also known as Thorny Oyster. The most predominant colors are reds and oranges, but they can also be found in pinks, browns, yellows, purples, and whites. In addition to being a food source, many ancient cultures inhabiting the Americas also used their shells for currency, ceremonial purposes, or jewelry.

 

Holding Water energy, Shells promote calmness and encourage balance and rhythm in life. They aid in spiritual growth, adaptability, intuition, and group consciousness. They are often worn for protection.

 

**Please note that all metaphysical or healing properties listed are collected from various sources. This information is offered as a service and not meant to treat medical conditions.

Spiny Oyster & Sleeping Beauty Turquoise 925 Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace

SKU: P114
$49.00Price
  • Main Stones

    Spiny Oyster

    Sleeping Beauty Turquoise

    Base Metal 925 Sterling Silver
    Length 2 1/8 inch
    Weight 6.4 grams*

     

    Included with this pendant is a 2mm, 18 inch, 925 silver plated snake chain.

    *For weight reference, a US penny (minted after 1981) weighs 2.5 grams.