Monday, May 22, 2017

Malaysian Jade and Conch Shell Necklace and Earrings 'Pale Summer Sky'

Find the matching bracelet here: http://www.beadlythings.com/2017/04/malaysian-jade-and-conch-shell-bracelet.html

This necklace and earrings are handmade using a fresh, delicate palette of colours that is sure to brighten up both your summer outfit and your outlook.

Blue Malaysian Jade and white Conch Shell brings a dainty charm to this piece - which sits as a simple strand around your neck. The necklace is 20" (51 cm) long. The earrings are 1,5" (3.8 cm) long.

The set is $62 plus $7 for shipping and handling



Materials used:
  1. Malaysian Jade pale blue faceted 10 mm beads 
  2. Conch Shell white round graduating beads 4-8 mm
  3. Daisy silver plated bead cups
  4. Silver plated bead cup
  5. Sterling silver .925 lobster claw clasp
  6. Silver plated earring hooks
  7. Jewelry coated nylon coated string
  8. Love







Quartzite (Malaysian Jade) is a mystery stone whose metaphysical properties are not fully known yet. It stabilizes positive changes within you and helps prevent you from slipping back to your old state after you undergo any uplifting change, such as a healing or spiritual experience. Quartzite helps the body establish a new state of balance that includes the beneficial change.

Conch Shell is a symbol of esoteric wisdom and awakening of the soul in many cultures. In Asian mythology the Conch shell was used to call troops into battle. The shell is therefore associated with courage, power and sovereignty. The conch shell is associated with water, thus the meaning of the conch shell bears some relations to creation.

Thank you for shopping!

Please contact me if you have any questions: anna@beadlythings.com

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