Amethyst Bloom Bib Necklace
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A regal gemstone statement necklace featuring a natural royal purple amethyst cluster at its center with moonstone, iolite, labradorite and pyrite. Adjustable to 22 inches.
Amethyst: The word Amethyst comes from the Greek ‘amethystos’, meaning, “not drunken”, as it was thought to protect against inebriation. Amethysts were traditionally associated with the ancient Roman fertility and wine god, Bacchus, and the word amethyst in German is ‘bacchusstein’- the Bacchus Stone. Amethyst is believed to bring emotional stability and strength, especially in times of pain of grief. It is the soothing stone of sobriety and is helpful in dispelling addictions and destructive behaviors of all kinds. Light colored amethyst is associated with the crown chakra. Amethyst is the birthstone for February.
Iolite: The color of a crisp, dark winter sky the shifting violet-blue hues carry the spirit of journey, dreams and intuition, exploration and illumination. A property called pleochroism is very pronounced in Iolite, producing different colors when the stone is seen through different positions. Overall, Iolite appears as violet-blue or indigo, but in different positions may shift to a yellow-gray or honey color, and even to a clear light blue. Known as “The Vikings’ Compass” Vikings used thin slices of iolite as a polarizing filter to aid in navigation by the sun. As such, the stone provides the vision to move us, physically and spiritually, from one realm to the next.
Labradorite: Labradorite takes its name from the Labrador region of Canada. According to Inuit legend, the northern lights, or aurora borealis were once trapped inside the rocks along the Labrador coast. One day a warrior found the rocks and freed the lights with a blow of his spear. However, he did not free them all; some remain in their rocky prison to this day. It’s a soothing stone, primarily gray with flashes of blue, green, yellow, violet and sometimes orange. Labradorite is the Stone of Self-Love. It enhances the positive personality traits of it’s wearer, encouraging you to be the best you can, while discouraging the traits and actions that rob your energy and potential negativity. Labradorite brings out the best in people.
Pyrite: Believed to promote communication between the conscious and subconscious minds, the Inca used large slabs of polished pyrite as mirrors and believed that the stone held divine powers. Used in jewelry in ancient Greece and Rome, the name pyrite is derived from the Greek pyr, meaning “fire”, referring to the sparks made when pyrite strikes metal. Thus, pyrite is known as the Stone of Hidden Fire, and resonates with warming fire energy and spirit of boldness and assertive action. It is masculine stone by nature; a stone of action, vitality and will it taps into one’s abilities and potential and stimulates the flow of ideas, bringing confidence and the persistence to carry tasks through to completion. Also known as Fool’s Gold because miners mistook this mineral for gold during the California Gold Rush.