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I loved making this bracelet! Genuine 8mm Sodalite spheres alternate with 6m beautiful, glossy, lustrous cultured freshwater white pearls. It is strung on professional grade, 49 strand coated cable, and finished with a heart shaped toggle clasp made of solid sterling silver. Finished length is 7 inches. This is my favorite bracelet in our entire collection. It was very hard to list, but I think someone will find it every bit as beautiful as I do. The basis of its beauty is the high quality gemstone beads, and fresh water pearls, which I obtained from a reputable supplier here in the pacific northwest, who is a member of the American Gemological Society. The photographs only hint at this bracelet's beauty!

GEMSTONE INFORMATION:

PEARLS: cultures from around the world have valued pearls longer than any other gem. Pearls are the only gemstones grown inside of a living organism. Natural pearls are formed within oysters or mollusks when a foreign substance invades the shell of the mollusk and enters the soft mantle tissue. In response to the irritation, the mollusk secretes a crystalline substance called nacre, the same substance which makes up the interior of a mollusk's shell, which builds up in layers around the irritant, forming a pearl. the early part of the 20th century, the Japanese discovered a method of producing pearls artificially. Essentially, the method involves inserting a foreign substance, or nucleus, into the tissue of the oyster or mollusk, then returning it to the sea, allowing a cultured pearl to develop naturally. The cultured pearl industry has now far surpassed that of the natural pearl industry. Natural pearls are becoming more and more difficult to find, with rare full strands being auctioned for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Today, purchasing pearls from nearly any store in the world means purchasing a strand of cultured pearls.


SODALITE Sometimes known as Canadian lapis, although it is also found in found Australia, Brazil, Greenland, Italy, Namibia, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Tanzania, and the USA.
Sodalite is a beautiful deep blue color with white streaks. Metaphysically, sodalite is believed to be helpful for those who find themselves to be over-emotional, due to its ability to focus energy on the Third-Eye and Throat Chakras. This allows one to use more logic and intuition, rather than being over emotional from an over-developed Heart Chakra. Sodalite is believed to encourage discipline and strengthen will in one's personal and public lives, and can be a facilitator of career advancement. Carrying Sodalite during the day is believed to help one to find efficient ways of dealing with daily tasks and problems. Physically, Sodalite is believed to ease anxiety and panic attacks, mental confusion, and fear/phobias. Sodalite can also be used to strengthen the immune system, ease insomnia and balance metabolism.

Please note that gemstone therapy can be effective, especially alongside more traditional therapies, but must not be used in place of medical consultation for injuries or illness. A proper diagnosis is an important basis for making therapy and treatment decisions.

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 8mm sodalite beads, 6mm cultured white pearls, 49 strand beading cable, sterling silver heart toggle clasp, pearlescent seed beads, silver crimp beads
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
  • Feedback: 3 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people