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REDUCED! Pink Floral (Turkish) Agate Stone. Sterling Silver Wrap. White Coral 16" Necklace and Earrings. Handmade by fancijane

REDUCED! Pink Floral (Turkish) Agate Stone. Sterling Silver Wrap. White Coral 16" Necklace and Earrings. Handmade by fancijane

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: Silver, Stone
  • Jewelry type: Earrings, Necklace
  • Recycled: No
  • Style: Avant garde
  • Favorited by: 22 people
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Thank you for taking a closer look at this piece. You clicked on it because it is beautiful, but I want you to know that it is also unique; wear it into a room and you will not see it on anybody else. It is a collectible designer-grade piece, complete with a sterling tag stamped “fanci.” All my wire and findings are sterling silver, and all are lacquered. And my jewelry is priced much lower than comparable pieces. I once bought beads from a store in Salado, TX – a 206-mile round-trip from my home. Their beads were beautiful and high-grade, but the prices were low. When I spoke with the owner about this, he told me, “When I get a good deal, I give a good deal.” But he was old. When his children took over the business, they changed his policies; they are now out of business. I don’t follow standard pricing formulas, and many people have told me that I don’t charge enough for my jewelry, but I choose to sell my jewelry at wholesale prices – to give YOU a good deal.

This focal is a piece of Turkish Agate, specifically Pink Floral. It is highly polished on its face and translucent. I wrapped it in 16-ga lacquered sterling silver square wire and strung it on 16" of White Coral teardrops and rondelles to match the flowers in the stone.
The necklace is completed with a sterling hook-and-eye closure, a 2" sterling extension chain, and a sterling designer-tag, all lacquered. Matching earrings are hoops of the White Coral beads on sterling wire and ear wires.

DISCOUNTS:

Min $100.00 order – enter “OFF10” at checkout
Min $200.00 order – enter “OFF15” at checkout

Oh ... FREE SHIPPING in the United States!

TURKISH AGATE

Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, chiefly chalcedony, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of color. Although agates may be found in various kinds of rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks.

The stone Agate was given its name by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and naturalist, who discovered the stone along the shore line of the river Achates in present-day Sicily, sometime between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

Most agates occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or ancient lavas, in former cavities produced by volatiles in the original molten mass, which were then filled, wholly or partially, by siliceous matter deposited in regular layers upon the walls. Agate has also been known to fill veins or cracks in volcanic or altered rock underlain by granitic intrusive masses. Such agates, when cut transversely, exhibit a succession of parallel lines, giving a banded appearance to the section. Such stones are known as banded agate, riband agate and striped agate.

Many agates are hollow, since deposition has not proceeded far enough to fill the cavity, and in such cases the last deposit commonly consists of drusy quartz, sometimes amethystine, having the apices of the crystals directed towards the free space so as to form a crystal-lined cavity or geode.

Cubuk Agate found only in Cubuk, a district in Central Anatolia-Ankara, Turkey. Good multi-colored stick and pseudomorph agates are very rare. The stones show different band widths with different colors. Tones of red, brown, yellow, green and gray are the colors you can see. Stick-like minerals and color bands sometimes produce beautiful motifs from which the stone gets its name, like “Landscape Agate,” “Picture Agate,” “Eye Agate,” “Stick Agate,” or “Tube Agate.”

Production in the Cubuk area is undertaken by the inhabitants. Professional collectors buy these stones and sell them in manufacturing centers like Istanbul, Ankara and Idar-Oberstein in Germany, where lapidary services produce exceptional cabachons sold for jewelry production.

Significant stones produced in Turkey are Diaspore, Cubuk Agate, Dendritic Agate, Blue Chalcedony, Obsidian, Crystal Quartz, Garnet, and Lavender Jade.

For those who embrace the metaphysical properties of stones, Agate enhances creativity and strengthens the intellect, making it a beneficial stone for both students and artists. It is also known as a good luck stone. As a stone of harmony, one of the things agate does is balance yin/yang energy. Agate increases energy. However, because it is a grounding stone, it does not increase energy at all times, but rather enables bursts of energy as needed. In this way, agate is a conservation stone, and enhances longevity.

Emotionally, agate gives courage, emotional strength, self-confidence, and dispels fears. It can also lessen feelings of envy by grounding the emotions. In the same way, it assists with acceptance of all things. It can be very beneficial for self-examination as well as examination of the circumstances one finds oneself in. These qualities make agate superior for easing anxiety and stress. Because of the harmonizing qualities of agate, and its emotional energies of removing and releasing resentments and bitterness, it is also considered by many to be an excellent stone for helping to heal and improve relationships; agate is a stone of marital and romantic fidelity.

Healers believe that agate is particularly helpful with tooth and gum issues, stomach problems, physical endurance, insomnia and detoxification.


fancijane designs

All of my pieces are unique designs; you will never see the exact design on anybody else (although you might recognize other “fancijanes”). Focals are wrapped in lacquered sterling in a free-form design which complements its patterning, shape and size. All my wire and findings are sterling silver, including a 2” extension chain and designer tag stamped “fanci,” all lacquered to retard the tarnish which is the curse of sterling. All my beads are strung on nylon-coated stainless steel, back-beaded on at least two beads. Most necklaces include matching earrings.

I take great pains to produce a beautiful, unique and quality product, and I take great pride in the result. If you purchase one of my pieces and are not absolutely delighted with it, I will gladly accept a return of the item, with all costs refunded to the purchaser. Your purchase will arrive in a clear-top gift box, on a card which describes the piece and makes recommendations for its care.
Thank you for taking a closer look at this piece. You clicked on it because it is beautiful, but I want you to know that it is also unique; wear it into a room and you will not see it on anybody else. It is a collectible designer-grade piece, complete with a sterling tag stamped “fanci.” All my wire and findings are sterling silver, and all are lacquered. And my jewelry is priced much lower than comparable pieces. I once bought beads from a store in Salado, TX – a 206-mile round-trip from my home. Their beads were beautiful and high-grade, but the prices were low. When I spoke with the owner about this, he told me, “When I get a good deal, I give a good deal.” But he was old. When his children took over the business, they changed his policies; they are now out of business. I don’t follow standard pricing formulas, and many people have told me that I don’t charge enough for my jewelry, but I choose to sell my jewelry at wholesale prices – to give YOU a good deal.

This focal is a piece of Turkish Agate, specifically Pink Floral. It is highly polished on its face and translucent. I wrapped it in 16-ga lacquered sterling silver square wire and strung it on 16" of White Coral teardrops and rondelles to match the flowers in the stone.
The necklace is completed with a sterling hook-and-eye closure, a 2" sterling extension chain, and a sterling designer-tag, all lacquered. Matching earrings are hoops of the White Coral beads on sterling wire and ear wires.

DISCOUNTS:

Min $100.00 order – enter “OFF10” at checkout
Min $200.00 order – enter “OFF15” at checkout

Oh ... FREE SHIPPING in the United States!

TURKISH AGATE

Agate is a cryptocrystalline variety of silica, chiefly chalcedony, characterised by its fineness of grain and brightness of color. Although agates may be found in various kinds of rock, they are classically associated with volcanic rocks and can be common in certain metamorphic rocks.

The stone Agate was given its name by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and naturalist, who discovered the stone along the shore line of the river Achates in present-day Sicily, sometime between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.

Most agates occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or ancient lavas, in former cavities produced by volatiles in the original molten mass, which were then filled, wholly or partially, by siliceous matter deposited in regular layers upon the walls. Agate has also been known to fill veins or cracks in volcanic or altered rock underlain by granitic intrusive masses. Such agates, when cut transversely, exhibit a succession of parallel lines, giving a banded appearance to the section. Such stones are known as banded agate, riband agate and striped agate.

Many agates are hollow, since deposition has not proceeded far enough to fill the cavity, and in such cases the last deposit commonly consists of drusy quartz, sometimes amethystine, having the apices of the crystals directed towards the free space so as to form a crystal-lined cavity or geode.

Cubuk Agate found only in Cubuk, a district in Central Anatolia-Ankara, Turkey. Good multi-colored stick and pseudomorph agates are very rare. The stones show different band widths with different colors. Tones of red, brown, yellow, green and gray are the colors you can see. Stick-like minerals and color bands sometimes produce beautiful motifs from which the stone gets its name, like “Landscape Agate,” “Picture Agate,” “Eye Agate,” “Stick Agate,” or “Tube Agate.”

Production in the Cubuk area is undertaken by the inhabitants. Professional collectors buy these stones and sell them in manufacturing centers like Istanbul, Ankara and Idar-Oberstein in Germany, where lapidary services produce exceptional cabachons sold for jewelry production.

Significant stones produced in Turkey are Diaspore, Cubuk Agate, Dendritic Agate, Blue Chalcedony, Obsidian, Crystal Quartz, Garnet, and Lavender Jade.

For those who embrace the metaphysical properties of stones, Agate enhances creativity and strengthens the intellect, making it a beneficial stone for both students and artists. It is also known as a good luck stone. As a stone of harmony, one of the things agate does is balance yin/yang energy. Agate increases energy. However, because it is a grounding stone, it does not increase energy at all times, but rather enables bursts of energy as needed. In this way, agate is a conservation stone, and enhances longevity.

Emotionally, agate gives courage, emotional strength, self-confidence, and dispels fears. It can also lessen feelings of envy by grounding the emotions. In the same way, it assists with acceptance of all things. It can be very beneficial for self-examination as well as examination of the circumstances one finds oneself in. These qualities make agate superior for easing anxiety and stress. Because of the harmonizing qualities of agate, and its emotional energies of removing and releasing resentments and bitterness, it is also considered by many to be an excellent stone for helping to heal and improve relationships; agate is a stone of marital and romantic fidelity.

Healers believe that agate is particularly helpful with tooth and gum issues, stomach problems, physical endurance, insomnia and detoxification.


fancijane designs

All of my pieces are unique designs; you will never see the exact design on anybody else (although you might recognize other “fancijanes”). Focals are wrapped in lacquered sterling in a free-form design which complements its patterning, shape and size. All my wire and findings are sterling silver, including a 2” extension chain and designer tag stamped “fanci,” all lacquered to retard the tarnish which is the curse of sterling. All my beads are strung on nylon-coated stainless steel, back-beaded on at least two beads. Most necklaces include matching earrings.

I take great pains to produce a beautiful, unique and quality product, and I take great pride in the result. If you purchase one of my pieces and are not absolutely delighted with it, I will gladly accept a return of the item, with all costs refunded to the purchaser. Your purchase will arrive in a clear-top gift box, on a card which describes the piece and makes recommendations for its care.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(8)
  • T Jun 26, 2017
    2 out of 5 stars
    I was really disappointed with this. I wanted my sister to love it and I was hoping she would, I got it as a graduation gift for her. I didn't see the item because I don't live in the US but she received it and it looked NOTHING like this. Honestly, I am really upset about it because I paid alot of money for something I don't even know if the stone is real or where it came from. I gave 2 stars because she wrapped the gift and wrote a note for me, but the necklace itself, I feel like was ripped off. Be sure if you are buying anything from this store that it looks exactly as the necklace pictured because mine was not. I will never purchase from here again. BEWARE!!
    I was really disappointed with this. I wanted my sister to love it and I was hoping she would, I got it as a graduation gift for her. I didn't see the item because I don't live in the US but she received it and it looked NOTHING like this. Honestly, I am really upset about it because I paid alot of money for something I don't even know if the stone is real or where it came from. I gave 2 stars because she wrapped the gift and wrote a note for me, but the necklace itself, I feel like was ripped off. Be sure if you are buying anything from this store that it looks exactly...
    CACOXENITE IN AMETHYST. Sterling Wire Wrap. Large Amethyst Chunks. Handmade by fancijane.
  • Doug Drake Dec 20, 2016
    5 out of 5 stars
    First, I am so angry!! I'm angry that the pictures didn't do this gorgeous piece of heirloom jewelry justice!!!! :-) Seriously, I couldn't be happier! After I ordered I was a little worried that the citrine would be so heavy that my wife wouldn't want to wear it often. But, I think it is the perfect weight. Jane is an extremely talented jewelry designer and I recommend her to anyone who is looking for a beautiful unique piece!

    This is the most beautiful piece of jewelry I have ever given my wife. I look forward to buying a lot more from Jane in the future!!!!!
    Orange Citrine 97.65 cts Fancy-Cut Stone. Sterling Silver Wire Wrap. Fire Agate Necklace. Handmade by fancijane
  • magic131 Dec 1, 2016
    5 out of 5 stars
    The pictures don't do justice to this set. It is stunning. I have been looking for green amethyst jewelry for some time, and this is far superior to anything I have seen.
    Green Amethyst Fancy-cut Stone 57.08 cts. Sterling Silver Wire Wrap. Sterling Silver Cuff Necklace. Matching Earrings.

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