Ursula: Handmade Crystal Pendant Featuring Ammonite and Labradorite sourced from Coya Gems in Peru
Ursula is an ancient sea mystic that helps us transcend beliefs surrounding youth and the aging process. She instills in us the wisdom and confidence that comes when we embrace our shadow aspects, thus permitting one to deepen trust with their intuition.
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.
Ammonite is an ancient fossilized crustacean. It's spiral shape reminds us of the different layers of ourselves and of our journey towards healing. These crystals hold ancient knowledge of their watery beginnings and allow us to embrace our own cycles and seasons. They have a powerful earthy energy that gently nourishes and eases our hardships. They act as reminders of our continual change and evolution and are thought to bring about abundance and prosperity.
Labradorite is protective and mystical. It’s grey in appearance but when it catches the light it will exhibit an array of colors ranging from gold to purple, green to blue, and even peach or pink. It is truly mesmerizing. It is often referred to as a stone of transformation and can aid in supporting intuition. It has a calming effect that helps one to release fears and insecurities from the past. It’s a wonderful companion for searching out the root of a problem or issue. Labradorite is an excellent support for melding intellectual thought and inner intuitive wisdom.
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.