Mother of Pearl Moon Necklace w/ Apatite, Turquoise, and Sterling Silver
17 inch length with 2 inch extension chain
The beads are strung on soft-flex wire to provide strength, flexibility and longevity to your necklace.
Purple: Amethyst, Sterling Silver, Mother of Pearl Moon 17.5 inches
Green/White: Green Moonstone, Green Onyx, Hematite, Mother of Pearl Moon 19.5 inches
Blue: Aventurine, Sterling Silver, Mother of Pearl Moon 17 inches
Orange: Carnelian, White Topaz, 14kt Gold Fill, Mother of Pearl Moon 16 inches
Green: Turquoise, Apatite, Sterling Silver, Mother of Pearl Moon 19 inches
A protection stone, Mother of Pearl brings the gentle healing power of the sea. It is a stress relieving stone; relaxing, soothing and calming to the emotions. Mother of Pearl stimulates our intuition, imagination, sensitivity and adaptability. It helps our emotions become more harmonious and balanced.
Amethyst is the purple color variety of quartz. It is the most popular purple gem and one of the most popular gemstones of all time. It is the birthstone for all February birthdays.
Carnelian varies in color from pale to deep orange and can often be banded, it’s name is said to derive from the Latin word ‘cornum’, a type of red cherry. Carnelian is a stone of action, helping us to ‘take the leap’ and manifest our thoughts and desires.
Moonstone is a feldspar mineral gemstone that is pale and iridescent. In appearance it can be similar to some opals, although they are chemically different. Moonstone holds a strong sense of secrecy and mystery. It is considered a stone that bears truth from within. It was often worn as an amulet by travelers to give them protection in earlier times, especially when traveling at night. As a gift, it was favored between lovers as a symbol of passion.
Turquoise is said to be the oldest gemstone known to man in human history. Throughout time, this stone was honored as a symbol of wisdom and nobility. To some cultures it was even considered to a symbol of immortality. From the Ancient Egyptians to the Native Americans, Turquoise was considered a sacred stone of power, luck and protection. The blue-green hues of the stone and its light weight make it a versatile stone for carved figures, jewelry pendents and other accessories. While it is a more common stone, it is still treasured by many cultures today.