Natural Blue Kyanite and Aquamarine Sterling Silver Pendant
Also Known As: Disthene; Rhaeticite; Cyanite
Size: 6 cm
Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
Weight: 3 g
Product Type: One of a kind
Kyanite is usually found in aluminum-rich metamorphic pegmatites or sedimentary rock. Kyanite is anisotropic (directionally dependent) and so it's hardness depends on its crystallographic direction; being anisotropic is a defining characteristic of Kyanite. Aquamarine is a member of the Beryl family. The name is from Latin 'aqua marina' meaning sea water, referring to its beautiful color. It sits on a 7.5-8 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness and ranges in shades of blue. Aquamarine is the birthstone associated with March. Sterling silver is the brightest of all precious metals being known for its bright luster. It is also known for being very durable and easy to polish which makes it popular in jewelry as it will withstand the test of time.
This natural Kyanite pendant has a stunning artisan feel. It is made up of light grey to dark blues with a hint of brown to complete the look. It has a textured sterling silver bale holding a quaint faceted aquamarine. The small but exquisite stone gives a mystical feel with a light blue.
Kyanite is commonly used as a tool during meditation for attunement. It is a tranquilizing stone thought to be a powerful transmitter, amplifier of energies, and aligning all of the Chakras. Something unique about Kyanite is that it is not believed to hold negativity, meaning it never needs cleansing.Aquamarine is thought to be a stone of courage, helping to filter information, encourages responsibility, and sharpens intuition. It is also popular for those same reasons in meditation! Aquamarine is also thought to align the chakras and clear the throat chakra.
Sterling silver is the brightest of all precious metals being known for its bright luster. It is also known for being very durable which makes it popular in jewelry as it will withstand the test of time.
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