Citrine Charm Necklace
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A necklace for the eclectic and whimsical! A 22-kt gold dusted agate druzy is at the center of this amazing necklace, surrounded by natural citrine points, carnelian, peach moonstone, amber, mother-of-pearl, smoky quartz & 22-kt gold vermeil charms. Each piece is unique, so the exact color, shape and size of the stones will vary slightly. Please email us at email@example.com for custom colors and charms.
Citrine: The stone of happiness and sunshine! Derived from the Latin word for citrus, citrines are said to carry the power of the sun; thus, crystal therapists use them to this day for helping overcome depression, fears and phobias. Citrine’s sister stone is amethyst, and when heat-treated an amethyst will transform into a citrine. Citrine is one of the two minerals on the planet that neither accumulates nor retains negative energy and clears negative energy of other stones, spaces and people. It is the birthstone for November.
Carnelian: Mined in India as early as 4BC, engravers chose Carnelian for seals and intaglios from the Bronze Age until the fall of the Roman Empire. Due to it’s rich orange-red color Carnelian has traditionally been associated with blood and bloodlines, from the time of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and throughout the Medieval period. The stone of motivation and endurance, leadership and courage carnelian has a bold energy that is both stimulating and empowering.