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Dazzling and eyecatching multi drop pendant for a stunning statement look. Featuring faceted Iolite Hydro (top) rough cut Rainbow Moonstone (next) and facteted Labradorite (base) semi precious stones finished to bring out the natural beauty and tone of the stone. Gemstone colour and opaqueness will vary due to the unique nature of semi precious stone variation as each cut stone is individual. Set in 14ct Gold Plated on Jewellers Brass finished in a high shine finish. Comes complete with a fine Gourmette chain in Sterling 925 Silver plated with matching 14ct Gold Plated Vermeil, length 18″ plus a 2″ extender. Click dropbar to either remove the chain and order the pendant alone, or to select a longer chain of 28″ plus a 2″ extender. Each item comes beautifully packaged in our luxury designed boxes including protective pouch to keep your jewellery item looking its best.
Originally mined by the Vikings in Norway and Greenland it is most commonly found today in Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India. One of the most beautiful gemstones with colour tones ranging from indogo to piercing blue. Known as the Viking Compass Stone as they used it as a tool to navigate it has been loved through the centuries. It is thought to be the Stone of Illumination, linked with spiritual journeys and associated with dreams, exploration and growth.
This stunning gemstone is a form of transparent Labradorite (a closely related feldsapr mineral). This is why is has similar flashes of light within the stone. Generally a pale off white it reflects indigo and violet when moved in the light. It is extracted most usually from deposits in India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Used by ancient civilsations this gemstone has a long history and has long been linked with the properties of protection, love and an allignment with nature. It was believed by ancient Romans that the gemstone was formed of moonlight and in India was reverred as sacred. In modern times it was made even more popular in the Art Nouveau period by French master goldsmith Rene Lalique.
Labradorite is a feldspar mineral most commonly found in Madagascar, Scandinavia and Russia. With a beautiful irridescence ranging in colour tones of green and blues it contains flashes of gold and peacock making each stone unique. Named in 1770 after Labrador in Canada this gemstone has a more ancient history as it was used by the Inuits and revered by them due to their belief that the Northern Lights were trapped in the stone. It is thought to be the stone of transformation and helpful to impart strength at times of change.