Apatite, Lapis, & Amazonite Chandelier Earrings

Blue apatite, lapis, and amazonite wrapped silver chandelier earrings styled on tan linen
  • Blue apatite, lapis, and amazonite wrapped silver chandelier earrings styled on tan linen
  • Blue apatite, lapis, and amazonite wrapped silver chandelier earrings styled on a tan plate
  • Blue apatite, lapis, and amazonite wrapped silver chandelier earrings styled on tan linen with a blue rock
  • Blue apatite, lapis, and amazonite wrapped silver chandelier earrings next to a ruler for a size reference
  • Sarah DeAngleo Jewelry box with signature gift wrap and feather sitting on a yellow plate
$78.00

A trio of blue hues. Bright apatite, deep lapis, and striking amazonite are wrapped with silver and hang in chandeliers. The perfect pop of color. Measure about 2 1/4". Handmade Shepherd hook earwires. Sterling silver.

About Apatite: The color of apatite is similar to beautiful tropical waters.  Apatite is actually the mineral that makes up the teeth and bones of all vertebrate animals. The name comes from the Greek word apate, which means, "to deceive." Apatite was often confused, therefore "deceiving" many, with some of the more valuable gems such as tourmaline, olivine, peridot, topaz and beryl.  Apatite's history with humans is long, yet surprisingly vague. While the stone has been associated with appetite suppression for centuries, few other traditions are known. Give in to the inspirational qualities of the Apatite crystal stone and encourage a peaceful respite from the confusion that comes from adulting in the modern world.

About Lapis: Lapis is a semiprecious stone valued for its deep-blue color caused by the presence of the mineral lazurite, which is the source of the pigment ultramarine. Lapis is an ancient stone with history that dates back to ancient Egypt, where it was used as a favorite stone for amulets and ornaments such as scarabs; it was also used by the Assyrians and Babylonians for seals. Lapis jewelry has been found at excavations of the Predynastic Egyptian site Naqada (3300–3100 BC), and powdered lapis was used as eyeshadow by Cleopatra. In Medieval times, lapis was used as pigment for artists’ paint.

About Amazonite:  Amazonite is a type of feldspar, ranging in color from bright green to bluish green.   Like most gems, amazonite has a colorful folklore. Said to have been worn or named after the Amazon women warriors during the Bronze Age, amazonite was also reported to have been used by the Egyptians. Although its' name is derived from the Amazon River, no deposits have been found there!  Amazonite is known to help filter out stresses, and aids in communicating truth to others.

Your jewelry will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a small box. Multiple items will be combined, unless separate boxes are requested. If this is a gift being shipped directly to the recipient, please let me know. I will be glad to include a note from you.

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