This pretty little necklace features a brush art Jasper focal pendant that reminds me of the lush, mossy forest floor. It hangs from a sterling silver bale on a necklace strung with more brush art jasper in tiny squares, along side round, soft green aventurine beads and turquoise nuggets at the neck for comfort, all separated by sterling silver spacers. It closes with a screw close barrel clasp in sterling.
The necklace measures approximately 22 inches long. The focal pendant is 2 inches long by 3/4 inches wide. It layers beautifully with our large, Chrysocolla Statement necklace, as shown in the pictures (note: the large Chrysocolla Statement Necklace is a separate listing and is NOT included in this listing)
THE STONE MEDICINE:
Brush Art Jasper is a grounding and harmonizing stone that cultivates a deep connection with the earth. This comforting stone promotes creative visualization and can help alleviate fear. It invokes courage, dispells fear, and promotes success and good fortune.
The Aventurine crystal is known in the gemstone world as one of the luckiest stones, which makes it a must-have for inviting good luck and prosperity into your life. It is linked with the heart plexus chakra, which makes it a powerful gem for calming negative emotions that often gets stuck in the heart center. Working with this stone allows the gentle and supportive Aventurine crystal healing properties to flow through your chakras, which helps promote harmony and balance while clearing away toxic emotions. This rush of positive energy and heart-opening boosts your confidence and opens your energy field to attract new possibilities and opportunities, which is what gives Aventurine its luck-enhancing power.
In traditional thought, Turquoise unites the earth and sky, bringing together male and female energies. Turquoise is a stone of “earth-grounding” and is valuable in preventing one from losing touch with the conscious mind during deep meditations. It provides strength and protection. Did you know that it is said that turquoise connects with its owner and will grow pale in color if the wearer becomes ill, sometimes losing all color if the wearer passes away, only to regain color when worn again by a new, health owner.