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This is such a happy necklace. And oh so very versatile. It just seems to smile when you put it in. A little bit of sunshine around your neck. Who could ask for more?

So, here's what we have. She's three none to shy Fancy Cut stones of sparkle on the dreariest of days Lemon Quartz suspended from a Sterling Silver double circle chain! The length is is 22".

Simple and sweet!

History, myth,legend and lore:

There is much myth and lore connected to Quartz...too much to list here, but below is a sampling.

Nearly every ancient culture has revered Quartz. The ancients believed Quartz was actually water from the heavens that was frozen into eternal ice by the gods. In fact, the word "crystal" derives from the Greek word "krystallos" meaning "ice".

Oceanic and Australian shamans spoke of Quartz as "a stone of light broken off from the celestial throne".

The Aborigines used the crystals to invoke rain, as did certain Native American tribes. In Australian Aboriginal mythology, Quartz is the most common substance identified with their mystical substance called "maban". Maban is said to be the material from which wise men (called karadjis) obtain their magickal powers. During initiation ceremonies, maban is spiritually "inserted" into the body of the apprentice by the karadji.

The Australian sky god, Daramulun, was long portrayed through art and sculpture as having a mouth full of Quartz, a huge phallus, and carrying a stone axe.

In the creation myths of the ancient Japanese it was believed that Quartz materialized through the breath of the venerated White Dragon. As such, Quartz was regarded as the perfect jewel and came to symbolize perfection or the pursuit thereof.
Quartz graced their temples and was also found throughout the temples of the ancient Chinese, Mayans, Aztecs, and many other earlier civilizations situated around the globe.

An ancient Celtic practice, said to restore and maintain health, was to place nine small Quartz crystals in water, boil it, cool it, and then drink the enhanced water for nine consecutive days.

So there you have it!

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Lemon Quartz Pendant and Sterling Silver Necklace, Yellow Quartz Necklace, November Birthstone, Unique Statement Necklace, Long Necklace


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: lemon quartz, citrine, Sterling Silver, Yellow Quartz, Faceted Quartz
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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