Physical healer, Leopard skin Jasper necklace

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Leopardskin Jasper is known as a  physical healer and powerful protection, also called Jaguar stone. Silver set medium size oval shape pendant

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Leopardskin Jasper is known as powerful protection and physical healer also called Jaguar stone. Medium size oval shape natural gemstone pendant with a sterling silver 21 gauge triple lined round and half-round wire wrap setting and with a 20″ x 1.5 mm silver plated snake chain necklace.
Mexican origin natural Jasper stone specimen, native Americans believes the stone belongs to their culture. It is considered as a stone of ultimate protection, also used by Shamans to connect with the animal spirit. The stone is hand-cut and designed to follow the nicest pattern, polished on diamond wheels up to 50.000 grit. The wire wrapping is a stylishly simple design, that focuses more on the stone than the setting.

stone size: 32.4 x 21.1 x 7.1 mm           33.95 ct.                    overall pendant height, 47.3 mm

Leopard Jasper, the physical healer provides support to the wearer in a difficult situation and makes him handle the situation peacefully and earnestly. It is also used to reduce emotional stress and keep the wearer composed in certain situations.

Sterling silver Italian made 1.05 mm diameter snake chain necklaces also available in 18″ ($11.75) 20″ ($14.25) 24″ ($16.50). Please email for an upgrade.

The handmade jewelry, what you find in the store, available to purchase. Some stones are drilled and set with findings, but our preferred method is the modern and minimalist style wire wrapping, what focuses to show the entire size of the stone, yet holds it firm and secure in place.

1 review for Physical healer, Leopard skin Jasper necklace

  1. tammyandgerry

    So beautiful the flash of this pendant. I have many pendants from the shop and love them all. Thank you for another quality piece I will treasure

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