Due to popular demand, we asked Adam to look at his design archive, and he has brought us this eyecatching rare purple Labradorite pendant.

 

Statement in stature, this pendant also features a rich purple Brazilian Amethyst, eight sparkling Zircons and a beautifully cut Citrine.  A unique heirloom-quality piece of jewellery.

 

Pendant is heavy 925 sterling silver, and measures approximately 70x42x6mm.  Pendant weighs 44g and is fitted with a hallmarked rear facing bail, and comes with a complimentary 18" sterling silver snake chain.  Comes with a colourful story card and Two Skies presentation box.

 

Gemstone measurements (approximate):

Labradorite - 30x24mm

Amethyst - 14x10mm

Citrine - 8x6mm

Zircons - 3mm diameter.

 

Please note that this pendant is vintage, and although never having had an owner, does show signs of wear - silver is particularly easily scratched.

'Aurora' Labradorite, Amethyst & Citrine Sterling Silver Statement Pendant

SKU: TSV-LP
£385.00Price
  • Sourced by Adam from Canada and Madagascar, this stunning gem takes its name from Labrador, in Canada, where it was originally discovered. It was believed by the native Americans (the Beothuk tribe) to be the Northern lights frozen in the winter ice! Small magnetic particles that split the light spectrum give the stone its display of beautiful colours, the rarest being purple. Labradorite is said to increase intuition, psychic development, esoteric wisdom, help with subconscious issues, and provide mental illumination. 

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