Sterling Silver Kyanite and Labradorite Pendant

Item Sku: G2682

  • $475.00

Availability: 1 In Stock

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Description:

Visually interesting and monotone in coloration, this staff's favorite gemstone pendant is a statement.  The mix of shapes and bold outline of this vertically designed stunner will be a favorite.  

Features:

This artisan-made three-stone pendant is a stunner and one-of-a-kind!

Two shapes of glowing Labradorite are hinged and finished with a Kyanite gemstone topper.  

Each stone has been hand bezel set in sterling silver.  

The oversized bezel will accommodate many chain thicknesses.  

Labradorite is named for where it was found in Labrador, a Canadian province on the Isle of Paul. Inuits once called labradorite a "fire stone" and would use powdered forms to help cure ailments. Named in 1789 by Abraham Werner, kyanite draws its identity from the Greek term cyanos (or "blue")--which this beautiful gemstone certainly is!

Kyanite is one of the most attractive blue minerals in nature, sometimes exhibiting intense shades of blue. The French spelling "cyanite" was common until the mid-20th century. An artisan bezel set the two gems and stacked them creating this beautiful tone-on-tone pendant.

Note: Chain sold separately.

Visually interesting and monotone in coloration, this staff's favorite gemstone pendant is a statement.  The mix of shapes and bold outline of this vertically designed stunner will be a favorite.  

Features:

This artisan-made three-stone pendant is a stunner and one-of-a-kind!

Two shapes of glowing Labradorite are hinged and finished with a Kyanite gemstone topper.  

Each stone has been hand bezel set in sterling silver.  

The oversized bezel will accommodate many chain thicknesses.  

Labradorite is named for where it was found in Labrador, a Canadian province on the Isle of Paul. Inuits once called labradorite a "fire stone" and would use powdered forms to help cure ailments. Named in 1789 by Abraham Werner, kyanite draws its identity from the Greek term cyanos (or "blue")--which this beautiful gemstone certainly is!

Kyanite is one of the most attractive blue minerals in nature, sometimes exhibiting intense shades of blue. The French spelling "cyanite" was common until the mid-20th century. An artisan bezel set the two gems and stacked them creating this beautiful tone-on-tone pendant.

Note: Chain sold separately.

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