Queen of Cups

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Queen of Cups

288.00

The Queen of Cups: Handmade Crystal Pendant Featuring Hand Carved Ussingite Claw and Rare Gem Silica Druzy

The ussingite claw was hand carved by Jenny White of Story Stones.

The gem silica druzy was sourced from CoyaGems in Peru. Gem silica is a rare form of chrysocolla.

The Queen of Cups is a regal, strong, and attentive leader. She harnesses her emotional wisdom to lead her people with feminine grace and surety. Her pure heart and integrity cultivate harmony and healing for everyone.

You will receive the exact pendant pictured complete with a stainless steel chain at your preferred length.

This pendant was created by utilizing the tiffany method, this is where molten metal is applied over copper directly onto the surface of the crystal. A patina is then applied to enhance the rustic appearance of the metal and give the piece an old world look.  

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Crystal Lore

Ussingite is a beautiful mineral from Greenland. It is phosphorescent which means it will glow under a black light! Ussingite is believed to assist with purification. It assists us to release thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and patterns which can hold us back. A stone of gentleness and compassion, it can facilitate heart healing, forgiveness while deepening love.

Gem silica is a form of chrysocolla. Chrysocolla is a stone that instills tranquility. It aids in communication and harmonizes our homes and relationships. It provides strength in situations that are constantly changing. It supports self awareness, confidence, balance, sensitivity, personal power, and creativity (all aspects that every mother draws on multiple times a day!!). It can aid in keeping our cool, allowing us to speak our truth and reduce mental tension. Chrysocolla is an excellent stone for women as it can treat PMS and menstrual cramps.

Jewelry Care

Protect your jewelry from contact with items such as perfumes, hair sprays and moisturizers, etc. which may contain chemicals that can damage jewelry.

Refrain from using chemical polishes on your jewelry as it can remove the patina. 

Remove your jewelry before bathing, showering, or swimming.