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Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace

$125.00

Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace

Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace features a faceted 8mm Carnelian Gemstone, a 10mm Rainbow Obsidian Gemstone, and a faceted 4mm black agate gemstone.  Copper pendant has been patinaed, polished, then the entire piece coated to protect your piece from oxidizing.   Copper and pendant made in the USA.  Cord is black vegan Suede (microfiber).

Pendant Length: 1.75″

Pendant Width: 1.25″

Black vegan suede cord Length: Approximately 16″ adjustable up to 17.5″

Cord can be remade to your desired size if you notify me when ordering.

Price includes gift box and USPS priority mail shipping.

Out of stock

Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace

Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace features a faceted 8mm Carnelian Gemstone, a 10mm Rainbow Obsidian Gemstone, and a faceted 4mm black agate gemstone.  Copper pendant has been patinaed, polished, then the entire piece coated to protect your piece from oxidizing.   Copper and pendant made in the USA.  Cord is black vegan Suede (microfiber).

Pendant Length: 1.75"

Pendant Width: 1.25"

Black vegan suede cord Length: Approximately 16" adjustable up to 17.5"

Cord can be remade to your desired size if you notify me when ordering.

Price includes gift box and USPS priority mail shipping.

 

 

Copper Amulet Triple Gemstone Necklace

Below is information about the gemstone on the Rainbow Obsidian Gemstone Necklace.

About Obsidian

Obsidian is not a true rock as it is glass instead of crystal. Obsidian is formed only near active volcanoes when lava rich in feldspar and quartz extruded from a volcano cools too rapidly for crystals to form. Its fast cooling environments are along the edges of a lava flow, a volcanic dome, edges of a sill or a dike, where lava contacts water, and where lava cools while airborne.

Obsidian is found in Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Australia, Canada, Chile, Georgia, Greece, El Salvador, Guatemala, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Scotland, Turkey and right here in the United States.

Rainbow Obsidian contains inclusions of magnetite nanoparticles which give it an iridescent rainbow sheen of purple, green, and golden color.
Rainbow Obsidian is the most valued Obsidian by the gemologists and is mostly found in Switzerland, in the Lepontine Alps.

In the stone age, Obsidian was used for weapons and implements, Native Americans used it as arrowheads and the Incans for weapons, mirrors, and masks.

Mineral Information Volcanic, amorphous, siliceous glass
Chemical Composition SiO2 (approximately 70%) with a range of other trace elements
Color Black with iridescent shimmer
Moh’s scale is 5.5.
Specific Gravity(density) 2.3 - 2.6
Refractive Index 1.48 - 1.51

 

Care of Carnelian, Obsidian, Agate and Copper Necklace

Clean using a soft cloth and soapy water rinsing well and polishing after to remove any soap residue. As with most gemstones, ultrasonic cleaners and steamers are not recommended. Store in a soft case away from hard objects to avoid being scratched.

Metaphysical Properties associated with Obsidian

*All metaphysical properties listed below are collected from various sources. The validity of the information is not guaranteed nor expresses the artist's views. This compiled information is offered as a service for those interested in potential metaphysical properties.

Obsidian

Inner-self
Positivity
compassionate
meditation
consciousness
Intuition

Rainbow Obsidian

Optimism
Awareness
clearing
Energy
Hope
Self Acceptance

Rainbow Obsidian

Mediation
Focus
Memory
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Element: Fire
Planet: Saturn

About Carnelian

Carnelian  was thought to have been named after the color of the cornel cherry. Carnelian, with records dating back over 4000 years, is one of the oldest known gemstones. Carnelian, was highly prized and worn in talisman, amulets, rings and seals by many of the world's noble people throughout ancient times. Carnelian was worn on the breastplate of Aaron, the first high priest of the Israelites and a prophet in Christian religion. Carnelian played significant roles in ancient Greek, Roman and Babylonian cultures. Napoleon had a carnelian seal that he wore as a lucky charm. In Muslim legend, Mohammed wore a ring set with a carnelian seal, to bring him good luck. In ancient Egypt, polished Carnelian crystal was used in collars and necklaces designed for royalty. Carnelian, a fashion trend in the second century, was carved into cameo rings that depicted personal emblems or figures of gods.

Carnelian, also referred to as chalcedony quartz belongs to the cryptocrystalline branch of quartz. Carnelian has a distinct color of red-orange to brownish-red and obtains its color through iron impurities that form within colorless quartz crystal. The most significant sources of Carnelian include Brazil, Uruguay, India, Madagascar and the United States (Oregon and New Jersey).

Chemical Formula: SiO2 - Silicon dioxide
Color: Brownish-red, red, orange, yellow-orange
Mohs Scale: 6.5 - 7

Metaphysical Properties associated with Carnelian

*All metaphysical properties listed below are collected from various sources. The validity of the information is not guaranteed nor expresses the artist's views. This compiled information is offered as a service for those interested in potential metaphysical properties.

Energy
Focus
Creativity
Prosperity
Confidence
Protection

Motivation
Ambition
Courage
Clarity
Self Awareness

Love
Balance
Element: Fire
Zodiac: Taurus
Sacral Chakra
Base Chakra

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