1/2 blue apatite and 1/2 ruby choker, divided with a single biwa pearl.
choker measures 13” and can extend up to 15”.
14k gold fill hardware.
biwa pearls are found specifically in japan’s lake biwa. known for their protective properties, as well as their ability to soothe the emotions of the heart. the mellow vibes of this captivating gem bring a relaxing energy in the aura to pacify distress and uncertainty.
about the crystals —
a stone of the throat chakra, blue apatite helps with public speaking and enhances group communication. attuned to the third eye, it also improves concentration and memory skills, and is a good crystal for study purposes. it aids in time management when working on projects. blue apatite is a deeply spiritual stone with a cleansing influence on the aura, especially in the mental body - the vibratory level associated with psychic perception and paranormal abilities. it is a particularly strong stone to use in past-life or alternate-life work. it is excellent as a dream stone for creative problem solving, and for vertical vision, where it is possible to see multiple levels of consciousness operating harmoniously and simultaneously.
revered in many cultures throughout history, rubies have always been talismans of passion, protection and prosperity. this exquisite crystal actively stimulates the base chakra, increasing vitality and chi throughout the physical body and into the spirit. it promotes a clear mind, increased concentration and motivation, and brings a sense of power to the wearer, a self-confidence and determination that overcomes timidity and propels one toward prosperity and achievement. ruby initiates the sensual pleasures of life. it stirs the blood and stimulates the heart, encouraging one to enjoy being in the physical world. it increases desire and sexual energy, and may be used to activate the kundalini. ruby has always been associated with love, especially faithful passionate commitment and closeness. in antiquity rubies were considered to be perfect wedding stones.
hand made in sebastopol, california.