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Thalia Necklace With Gemstone Cluster

$ 125.00

 

4 Clusters of gemstones consisting of malachite, carnelian, white quartz, and amethsyt, with a total of 32 faceted gemstones embellished on this very unusual rectangle-chained sturdy necklace is a very unusual design that man would say is, out of the box.

15 1/2 inch long necklace, with adjustable rings, is not only a vibrant piece of jewelry but proudly flaunts an uncommon chunkiness and boldness characteristic, like no other piece from Mia Siya does.

Please note: Each rectangle link on this necklace is connected with the finest craftsmanship and once laid around the neck, may just need to be straightened once. Once positioned right, the appeal of this necklace is simply unforgiving.

Be the 'talk of the town' when displaying a design such as this, which one may never have seen before.

Each gemstone signifies:

Malachite - has been called the "mirror of the soul". It reaches the inner feelings of the person and reflects what is there, negative or positive.

Amethyst - inherent high frequency purifies the aura of any negative energy or attachments, and creates a protective shield of Light around the body, allowing one to remain clear and centered while opening to spiritual direction.

Carnelian - Its bold energy brings a rush of warmth and joy that lingers, stimulating and empowering. Known as a stone of motivation and endurance, leadership, and courage, Carnelians have protected and inspired throughout history. Carnelian is a stabilizing crystal, perfect for anchoring in the present. It improves concentration and removes extraneous thoughts in daydreamers, and during meditation.

Clear Quartz - Clear Quartz is also called the Master Healer. It is believed that whatever we associate it with, the stone will intensify its positive energy. Hence, strengthening the natural healing abilities of anything in its wake.

 Shown below with Asiya Bangle Bracelet ( as a stack) Amoli Malachite Bar Ring and Sami Ring with Carnelian, If you were to make a set. 

 

 



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