One-of-a-Kind Crystal Pendant Featuring Hand Collected Australian Spirit Quartz
Spirit quartz cluster hand-collected by Rob Horner in Australia.
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.
Model is wearing crystal talisman on 30" satellite chain
The Icicle is a powerful talisman for transmuting and reflecting that which is no longer in alignment. It melts away what is no longer necessary and can be used as a manifestation tool to direct you towards that which you desire.
Spirit quartz powerful ally for dispelling negativity. It shields the auric field and acts as a protector. It assists to release fear, allowing one to embrace confidence and courage. It empowers one to overcome their fear and face our shadows.
To ensure that your jewelry lasts for years to come, please remove it before participating in any physical activities, swimming, showering, sleeping, etc.
Do not use chemical polishes to polish your pieces as it can remove the patina that makes each piece so unique. A soft cotton cloth or jeweler's cloth is all that you need to gently polish the stones or metal, you can also use a bit of warm soapy water if necessary.
Place your jewelry in an airtight container or Ziploc bag when not wearing it.
Some clients like to cleanse and recharge their pieces energetically. Please use dry clearing methods such as sound (singing bowls, chimes, etc) or sacred smoke (incense, palo santo, cedar, etc).
To recharge set your piece on a windowsill overnight to soak up the light of the new or full moon. A special altar space can also be used for recharging.
Please be mindful that the sun can affect the color of certain gemstones, as such it isn't recommended to utilize sunlight for recharging.
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