Malachite Chrysocolla silver wrapped pendant

(2 customer reviews)

$33.00

The Malachite Chrysocolla formation makes a spectacular display in this large silver wire wrapped Cuprite hand-polished natural stone pendant

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SKU: GPC100436

Description

Malachite Chrysocolla forms in this semi-precious natural copper mineral, Cuprite stone, designed shape pendant. This wonderful specimen was collected at the nearby copper mine in British Columbia. The brown-red host rock gives an excellent background to the traces of Malachite Chrysocolla and even on the side a little Azurite as well. The pendant was cut to free form shape and polished on lapidary diamond wheels to a bright shine. Set with sterling silver 21 gauge triple lined round and half-round jewelry wire wrapping and a silver-plated 20″ x 1.5 mm snake chain necklace.

stone size, 41.3 x 23.5 x 7.4 mm             59.20 ct.           overall pendant height, 54.6 mm

Cuprite, or its common name red copper ore, is an oxide mineral that”s the principal ore of copper. The metaphysical world calls it the stone of survival. Not often used as jewelry, but very popular as a worry stone diminishing worries and can help to satisfy one’s physical needs.

Malachite’s presents in the stone demand respect, called the stone of transformation, heal physical and emotional levels and provide spiritual growth. Chrysocolla is the stone of communication that empowers teaching and self-expression. Azurite crystal is best known to stimulate intuition and intellect.

If you put together all of these properties, just imagine how useful this stone pendant could be for your spiritual end emotional well-being.

 

 

 

2 reviews for Malachite Chrysocolla silver wrapped pendant

  1. Maxim

    magic powerful pendant! great customer service!

  2. Geisha

    This stone is exactly like the photo. Second time buying from this shop & I am very satisfied with my purchases. Great customer service as well. 💕💐💕

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