This beadwoven labradorite necklace showcases hues of sage green and grey. The labradorite cabochon at the center has gorgeous green-blue flash, which is accented nicely by the seed beaded bezel of glass beads in sage and seafoam. The focal stone is surrounded with a beaded netting of semiprecious stones, including apatite, turquoise, faceted labradorite, rutilated quartz, turquoise and freshwater pearls. At the base is a trio of teardrop stones, including two pieces of faceted amazonite with a larger Peruvian opal drop at the center.
The adjustable neckline features variety of amazonite shapes and sizes, along with grey freshwater pearls and faceted labradorite. It adjusts from 16″ – 18″, and it fastens with a lobster claw clasp. Both the clasp and the extender chain have a gunmetal finish. The back side of the necklace is finished with soft ultra suede in a sage-y olive green, with a beaded mandala and a single grey moonstone bead.
These photos show the necklace at the shortest and longest length. Note that the fit looks a bit off in those images, simply because my mannequin has a very pronounced collar bone – unlike real humans. So, the fit will be far more flattering on an actual person.
Labradorite: The indigenous people of Newfoundland believed that the Northern Lights were trapped within this stone; with it’s gorgeous play of light and ethereal color, it’s easy to understand how they’d think it came from the aurora borealis. It’s believed to be a stone of transformation, imparting strength and tenacity in the face of change. It is said to strengthen intuition and insight, to bolster self esteem and trust, and to ease fear and worry.
Amazonite: is said to be a stone of truth, honor, integrity and communication. It’s believed to to integrate the mind, body and spirit, and is said to assist in healing emotional trauma and physical well being.
Blue Peruvian opal: is believed to improve courage and self esteem. It is also said to assist in coping with stress and fatigue.
Rutilated Quartz: is said to be “an illuminator for the soul”, balancing worries and protecting the wearer from negativity. This stone is believed to assist with letting go.
Freshwater pearls: are believed to impart calmness, loyalty and integrity.
✫ This lore is shared from a love of myth and storytelling; it’s not intended as medical or spiritual advice. Believe it if you need it, if you don’t just pass it on ♥