Our love affair with labradorite continues...
Hand-forged and hammered brass frame houses a stunning, "floating" faceted labradorite stone. On an antiqued brass chain. (Choose from a long (28") or short (16") chain.) Pendant is approximately 1.8" in diameter.
Labradorite is a stone of magic and transcendence, associated with the Aurora Borealis and the crown chakra. This stone supports our connection to the higher dimensions where we find our deepest inspiration and tap into Universal wisdom and creativity.
Made-to-order with natural stones. Each stone is different; expect variations. Pendant is custom made for each stone; size may be slightly bigger or smaller to accommodate each unique stone.
**Pictured on a 13.5" neck. Leave a note if you need a slightly longer chain.**
Hand-forged in solid brass. Chain is oxidized brass. Stone is genuine natural labradorite.
Handcrafted with love in Reading, PA.
See "Product Info" for details & care.
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Twelve: Twelve offers high-quality hand-crafted original designs made from solid brass (and occasionally silver) and genuine gemstones. Natural gemstones will always vary slightly in color, shape, and clarity. This is a sign that they are real and not treated or manufactured.
Take good care of your jewelry and it will last for a very long time. Treat it with love; don't let it jingle around in the bottom of your purse, but rather, keep it in a special pouch or somewhere clean and dry. Avoid getting it wet, and dry it promptly if it does. Lotions, perfumes, and oils can affect the surface color of the brass.
Raw brass will naturally oxidize and age as you wear and handle it. While many people love the dimension and character of a natural patina (myself very much included); others prefer to keep their wares looking bright and shiny, which can be easily accomplished with brass polish or the polishing cloths I include with all orders.
**DO NOT POLISH black oxidized components or patinated blue/green components; these are intentional surface treatments and polishing could damage them.