Empowerment: Labradorite and Black Spinel Necklace
Life is a Journey, Isn't it Time to Get Enjoy the Ride and Empower Yourself?
This labradorite necklace is perfect for you. Subtle, charming, and beautiful – exactly what you had wished for!
- The design might be simple but the effect is incredible – put it on and watch the lights sparkle on your textured antique copper and gemstone; the combination is bold and superb! The faceted, heart-shaped labradorite embodies a variety of hues and colors such as blue, green, tan and purple – it is one of the most coveted gemstones these days.
- The stone is believed to provide amazing support for those going through a period of change and transition in life. It is all about the journey! Labradorite is also believed to boost your immune system and act as a shield against unwanted energies.
- Black Spinel is a protective stone that repels negativity and offers a grounding energy. It also assists one to get rid of anger and resentment. Black Spinel gives one inspiration and a better sense of empowerment, without overwhelming others.
- The antique copper- hypo allergenic chain is sleek and delicate and also very durable – it looks nice with the combination of labradorite and black spinel gemstones, and lends a chic aura to the overall ensemble.
- Wire wrapping is sturdy so the stone doesn’t come loose, even if the necklace is worn repeatedly. The copper wire mixed with the hues in the stone make this a stand out necklace based on its pure simplicity.
- Yet another way to ensure the chain is secure is the inclusion of a lobster clasp, which makes it convenient to fasten the necklace, especially if you are in a hurry.
- This necklace can be your daily go-to jewelry for work, or you could wear it to weddings, parties, etc. It is a gorgeous gift as well.
- Gemstone: Labradorite faceted stone of AAA grade quality.
- Chain, wire wrap, and clasp: Antique copper- hypo allergenic
- Closure: Lobster clasp in antique copper
- Handmade spiritual jewelry
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