Tree of Life Necklace, Jasper Gemstone Beaded Necklace, Unique Jewelry Set Matching Earrings, Boho Woodland Jewelry, Yggdrasil Tree Necklace

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Tree of Life Necklace, Jasper Gemstone Beaded Necklace, Unique Jewelry Set Matching Earrings, Boho Woodland Jewelry, Yggdrasil Tree Necklace

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Materials

Tree of Life polyclay artisan made pendant, labradorite rounds, honey jasper barrels, rainforest jasper rounds, sterling silver rondelles and rounds, sterling silver petalled bead caps, Bali style S hook clasp, sterling wire guards, freshwater pearls, 49 strand beading wire, sterling silver crimps and covers, sterling earring hooks and wire, ear stoppers

Dimensions

Necklace length: 22.5 Inches

This unique necklace and earrings jewelry set features an artisan-made tree of life pendant, lovely labradorite gemstones, honey-colored jasper beads, rainforest jasper, shiny freshwater pearls, and sterling silver components. The pendant is a large polymer clay disk with a silver background (1.25 inches around). Its front side is impressed with the image of a stately tree whose green branches and golden brown roots richly fill out the surface. This image can be interpreted as the tree of life or, more specifically, as Yggdrasil, which is the name of life's sacred tree in old Norse mythology. In either case, the pendant is a lovely and meaningful focal, and inspired the choice of beads used to complement it.

The labradorite gemstones perfectly reflect the silver-tone background of the pendant. This is one of my favorite gemstones, with associations to the aurora borealis. (For more info, see my "About Labradorite" section at the end of this listing). These are semi-transparent round beads (6mm) with various degrees of "flash"—iridescent shine—depending on the angle of light upon them. They were handcut and so have slight rustic variations that give them more character. All the beads have small dark speckling throughout them, and present as a grey-colored stone. I particularly wanted to use this gemstone because it has an ancient, mythological quality which matches that of the tree of life symbol.

The honey-colored jasper beads are barrel-shaped and serve as eye-catching accents of the warmer shades in the tree of life's trunk and roots. The color shade varies in these beads, making them more interesting than a strictly uniform color. The rainforest jasper, with its various shades of green and touches of orange-brown, adds a richness to the necklace as whole while also complementing the tree of life's foliage. Bringing light-catching shine to rear of the necklace strand are the freshwater pearls, whose hue is a warm off-white tan.

This necklace and earrings set also includes high-quality 49-strand beading wire (made in the USA) and sterling silver components such as round and rondelle beads (3mm, 2mm), petalled bead caps, jump rings, earring hooks, earring wire, Bali-style "S" clasp, heavy crimps, crimp covers (4mm) and wire guards. In short, all the metal in this set is sterling silver. All the silver components but one were made in the U.S.A. or Italy, with the clasp made in Bali, Indonesia. The bail (ring) used for the pendant was handmade by me and carefully hammered for strength and durability.

The matching earrings are classic drops, with a two-bead stack of rainforest jasper and freshwater pearl on a sterling silver dangle. Sterling rounds beads (3mm, 2mm) and French-style earring hooks complete the pair. The latter come with clear ear stoppers (aka ear guards) for better security when the earrings are worn.

The necklace is designed with the tree of life pendant in the center of the strand with four small (2mm) sterling beads. Then on either side of the pendant are the following:

• A quartet of labradorite beads followed by a sterling rondelle (3mm)
• A trio of honey-colored jasper barrels, with petalled silver bead caps on each bead
• A bead group of six rainforest jasper rounds (8mm) flanked by a split pair of silver rondelles
• Another trio of honey-colored jasper
• A trio of rainforest jasper rounds between a split pair of silver rondelles
• A bead group of eight freshwater pearls
• Another trio of rainforest jasper rounds between silver rondelles
• A sterling round bead (3mm)
• Finishing components that include a crimp, crimp cover, another rondelle, and a wire guard.

On one end is the clasp linked by a closed (soldered) jump ring, and on the other end is the connector ring (also soldered).

The necklace length is approximately 22 1/2 inches, including the clasp. The length of the matching earrings is 1 1/8 inches. Please see my measurement photos for a picture of the earrings alongside a ruler. The photos will also give you a good idea of the pendant size (1.25 inches) and clasp size (roughly 3/4 of an inch).

If you have any questions about this jewelry set, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll be happy to help!

This uniquely stylish and meaningful tree of life necklace and earrings set with labradorite, jasper, freshwater pearls, and sterling silver was handmade by me with care, thought, and very best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an eco-friendly kraft-style box, all wrapped up and ready for gifting to a special nature-lover or anyone who finds meaning in the tree of life symbol—perhaps yourself!

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

About Labradorite
A type of feldspar, labradorite first became known to Europeans in the 18th century via Moravian missionaries who were working among the Inuit in Labrador, Canada. The missionaries named it after the region. Today the stone is found in various places around the world, but the connection to Labrador remains.

There are various native legends about this gemstone. In some, the stone originated in the aurora borealis; in others, the aurora borealis was imprisoned in the stones off the Labrador coast and a mighty ancestor set free most (but not all) of the aurora's light. A variation of the latter has the stars, rather than the aurora, trapped in the stones. Supposedly meteorites often have some labradorite in them.

Labradorite is considered a stone of strength and perserverance in times of adversity, conflict, and upheaval. Traditionally, it's a good luck stone and a gemstone of inspiration, and reputedly strengthens intuition and the ability to perceive the proper timing of things. In addition, it is believed to protect one's aura.

About Jasper
Generally, jasper is regarded as a warmly earthy, nurturing stone. Traditionally it is believed to be a talisman of sorts. Stability, tranquility, and healing are all commonly associated with jasper. It is composed mainly of chalcedony and quartz.
This unique necklace and earrings jewelry set features an artisan-made tree of life pendant, lovely labradorite gemstones, honey-colored jasper beads, rainforest jasper, shiny freshwater pearls, and sterling silver components. The pendant is a large polymer clay disk with a silver background (1.25 inches around). Its front side is impressed with the image of a stately tree whose green branches and golden brown roots richly fill out the surface. This image can be interpreted as the tree of life or, more specifically, as Yggdrasil, which is the name of life's sacred tree in old Norse mythology. In either case, the pendant is a lovely and meaningful focal, and inspired the choice of beads used to complement it.

The labradorite gemstones perfectly reflect the silver-tone background of the pendant. This is one of my favorite gemstones, with associations to the aurora borealis. (For more info, see my "About Labradorite" section at the end of this listing). These are semi-transparent round beads (6mm) with various degrees of "flash"—iridescent shine—depending on the angle of light upon them. They were handcut and so have slight rustic variations that give them more character. All the beads have small dark speckling throughout them, and present as a grey-colored stone. I particularly wanted to use this gemstone because it has an ancient, mythological quality which matches that of the tree of life symbol.

The honey-colored jasper beads are barrel-shaped and serve as eye-catching accents of the warmer shades in the tree of life's trunk and roots. The color shade varies in these beads, making them more interesting than a strictly uniform color. The rainforest jasper, with its various shades of green and touches of orange-brown, adds a richness to the necklace as whole while also complementing the tree of life's foliage. Bringing light-catching shine to rear of the necklace strand are the freshwater pearls, whose hue is a warm off-white tan.

This necklace and earrings set also includes high-quality 49-strand beading wire (made in the USA) and sterling silver components such as round and rondelle beads (3mm, 2mm), petalled bead caps, jump rings, earring hooks, earring wire, Bali-style "S" clasp, heavy crimps, crimp covers (4mm) and wire guards. In short, all the metal in this set is sterling silver. All the silver components but one were made in the U.S.A. or Italy, with the clasp made in Bali, Indonesia. The bail (ring) used for the pendant was handmade by me and carefully hammered for strength and durability.

The matching earrings are classic drops, with a two-bead stack of rainforest jasper and freshwater pearl on a sterling silver dangle. Sterling rounds beads (3mm, 2mm) and French-style earring hooks complete the pair. The latter come with clear ear stoppers (aka ear guards) for better security when the earrings are worn.

The necklace is designed with the tree of life pendant in the center of the strand with four small (2mm) sterling beads. Then on either side of the pendant are the following:

• A quartet of labradorite beads followed by a sterling rondelle (3mm)
• A trio of honey-colored jasper barrels, with petalled silver bead caps on each bead
• A bead group of six rainforest jasper rounds (8mm) flanked by a split pair of silver rondelles
• Another trio of honey-colored jasper
• A trio of rainforest jasper rounds between a split pair of silver rondelles
• A bead group of eight freshwater pearls
• Another trio of rainforest jasper rounds between silver rondelles
• A sterling round bead (3mm)
• Finishing components that include a crimp, crimp cover, another rondelle, and a wire guard.

On one end is the clasp linked by a closed (soldered) jump ring, and on the other end is the connector ring (also soldered).

The necklace length is approximately 22 1/2 inches, including the clasp. The length of the matching earrings is 1 1/8 inches. Please see my measurement photos for a picture of the earrings alongside a ruler. The photos will also give you a good idea of the pendant size (1.25 inches) and clasp size (roughly 3/4 of an inch).

If you have any questions about this jewelry set, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll be happy to help!

This uniquely stylish and meaningful tree of life necklace and earrings set with labradorite, jasper, freshwater pearls, and sterling silver was handmade by me with care, thought, and very best wishes for its destined wearer. It comes in an eco-friendly kraft-style box, all wrapped up and ready for gifting to a special nature-lover or anyone who finds meaning in the tree of life symbol—perhaps yourself!

To see more PrettyGonzo jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop! Link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyGonzo?ref=profile_shopname

About Labradorite
A type of feldspar, labradorite first became known to Europeans in the 18th century via Moravian missionaries who were working among the Inuit in Labrador, Canada. The missionaries named it after the region. Today the stone is found in various places around the world, but the connection to Labrador remains.

There are various native legends about this gemstone. In some, the stone originated in the aurora borealis; in others, the aurora borealis was imprisoned in the stones off the Labrador coast and a mighty ancestor set free most (but not all) of the aurora's light. A variation of the latter has the stars, rather than the aurora, trapped in the stones. Supposedly meteorites often have some labradorite in them.

Labradorite is considered a stone of strength and perserverance in times of adversity, conflict, and upheaval. Traditionally, it's a good luck stone and a gemstone of inspiration, and reputedly strengthens intuition and the ability to perceive the proper timing of things. In addition, it is believed to protect one's aura.

About Jasper
Generally, jasper is regarded as a warmly earthy, nurturing stone. Traditionally it is believed to be a talisman of sorts. Stability, tranquility, and healing are all commonly associated with jasper. It is composed mainly of chalcedony and quartz.

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INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: After many years of shipping internationally, I am temporarily ceasing such shipments.

However, if you live outside the U.S. and would like to buy something, contact me. I will do what I can to help. Be aware that any tariffs, customs fees, and surcharges are paid by the buyer.

Note that shipping is now very costly for USPS First Class International, which is what I would normally use. Also, if you live in the EU, I do not have GDPR policies at the moment.
I sincerely want you to be happy with your purchase.

Returns are accepted if you contact me within 7 days after delivery to you. I expect to receive the item no later than 2 weeks after delivery. If this timeframe is problematic for you, contact me before buying. Also, I do allow extensions for special holidays such as Christmas and Valentine's Day, as some people buy early, me included!

For All Items: I will refund for the purchase price minus original shipping cost.

You are responsible for return shipping with tracking (U.S.). Items should be in their original condition, with the original wrapping and packing materials. Extra items, like jewelry cards, gift bags, boxes, freebies, should be included.
Non-receipt: I will do my very best to help you if items go astray. Tracking provides information on the item's routing to its destination, and I always ship directly from the post office rather than relying on postal pick-up. Again, please be sure that your shipping address is CURRENT.

Damage: I pack orders well to minimize any problem in this area. However, if your purchase arrives damaged, contact me immediately. I will do my very best to help.
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Buyers from other states may also be charged state sales tax. In this case, your tax payment is determined and handled by Etsy, not me.
Yes, I am always happy to accept a custom order! Whether or not I require a deposit, full amount, or neither will depend on the nature of the order. I have done a number of such orders elsewhere with no deposit or purchase required, as I knew I could simply add those items to my inventory if the customer decided not to purchase. (Customers always did purchase them, though.) I always show photos of custom orders to the customer.
If you are buying a gift for someone and have used that person's address for shipping, please let me know at the time of ordering - I will be happy to include a complimentary notecard in which is written whatever message you would like to send.

Of course, I am always happy to send to that person's address. Just please make sure it is CURRENT. Thank you!

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