*Sonora Sunset cut by Eidos (Leigh Becker)
*Sterling setting, chain, clasps
*Necklace is signed, numbered, dated

Length: 24" (61 cm) + a 12" removable extension made with the same chain. The lobster clasp fits into any link in the chain so you can wear it at shorter lengths as well.
Centerpiece: 2.25" x 1" (5.8 cm x 2.5 cm)
Weight: .93 oz (26.9 gm)

Item #824 - $330

Necklace $330:

Sonora Sunset Pendant Necklace

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This lovely, undyed Mexican stone is a natural mix of Cuprite and Chrysocolla. My references don't describe the metaphysical properties of this stone, but since the Cuprite and Chrysocolla maintain their individuality in this example, we should be able to see how they can work together by examining each individually.

The red, Cuprite, is a copper oxide mineral considered to be an Earth element. Ahsian makes this beautiful statement about it: "Cuprite embodies the power of the receptive and of moving deep within the self to connect with the void of potential from which all is created..." (As we've noted before, the brief quotes from these references give you a very tiny taste of what the authors have to say; in The Book of Stones alone Cuprite is given almost 2 pages, so there is much more to learn about it if you have an interest.)

Chrysocolla, a hydrous copper silicate, is considered to be a water element. Ahsian says, "It is powerful for opening and cleansing the throat chakra, allowing one to channel the loving knowledge of the heart to others..."

Given this, it seems evident why these two minerals have joined together: not only do they play together visually, but their strengths complement and support one another, don't you think? Please order it today.