These beaded gemstone layering necklaces showcase pale golden yellow hues. The stones include citrine, tigers eye, and rutilated quartz. One strand has a larger focal stone pendant, made of dendritic quartz.
These natural stone strands are so easy and versatile to wear! They hang from gorgeous and luxurious hand dyed silk strands, and you can adjust the length via a simple sliding bead clasp. Wear a single strand for a simple, minimalist look – or layer multiple strands for a dramatic textured look.
MEASUREMENTS + MATERIALS
✭ Adjustable from 16″ – 26″
✭ Handcrafted with glass seed beads, premium quality gemstones, and hand dyed silk laces.
These necklaces are sold separately. Use the drop down menu to select a single strand or pair. Strand A is the simpler of the two, with a rutilated quartz tube bead at the center. Strand B has the larger focal bead pendant, made of dendritic quartz. Note that the dendritic quartz has a very chunky, organic shape and the mineral inclusions prevent a perfectly smooth polish. It has a “perfectly imperfect”, wabi sabi appeal.
FOLKLORIC PROPERTIES ✫
Citrine – has long been associated with wealth, manifestation and imagination. It is said to attract success and prosperity, and has been called “The Merchant’s Stone”. The golden yellow color has been likened to sunshine, and this stone is said to attract warmth and goodwill.
Dendritic Quartz – is a form of quartz with inclusions of other minerals such as iron, manganese, and hematite that form in a leaf or branch like shape. This stone is said to help the wearer to connect to nature, and to help energize crops and plants.
Tiger’s Eye – is said to be a solar or fire energy stone, representing optimism, courage, and good luck. Some cultures believed that this stone could help to ward off the evil eye.
Rutilated Quartz – is a form of quartz that includes tiny needle-like inclusions of rutile that are sometimes called “Venus’ Hair”. It is said to aid with mental clarity and amplify energy.
✫ I share these old tales out of a love of folklore and storytelling, they’re not intended as medical or spiritual advice. Believe it if you need it, if you don’t just pass it on ♥