Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings

Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
  • Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
  • Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
  • Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
  • Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
  • Carnelian, Pink Tourmaline, & Chalcedony Gold Chandelier Earrings
$90.00

A trio of brightly colored stones. Striking carnelian, pink tourmaline, and aqua chalcedony are wrapped with gold and hang in chandeliers. The perfect earrings for warm summer day. Measure about 2 1/4". Lever back earwires. 14k gold fill.

About carnelian:  A bright orange, reddish-orange, or reddish-brown colored gemstone from the Quartz family. Carnelian has a long and storied past, and was once considered strictly the property of the noble class. People holding a high social status were often buried with this gem stone.  Carnelian (also sometimes referred to as cornelian) is found primarily in India, as well as various sites in South America.  Carnelian nourishes and vitalizes your entire being, bestowing optimism and enthusiasm for life.

About Tourmaline:   Tourmalines are gems with an incomparable variety of colors. The reason, according to an old Egyptian legend, is that the tourmaline, on its long journey up from the centre of the Earth, passed over a rainbow. In doing so, it assumed all the colors of the rainbow. And that is why it is still referred to as the 'gemstone of the rainbow' today.   There are tourmalines from red to green and from blue to yellow. They often have two or more colors.  No two tourmalines are exactly alike. This gemstone has an endless number of faces, and for that reason it suits all moods. No wonder that magical powers have been attributed to it since ancient times. In particular, it is the gemstone of love and of friendship, and is said to render them firm and long-lasting.

About chalcedony: The term chalcedony is derived from the name of the ancient Greek town Chalkedon in Asia Minor.  Chalcedony, which is found worldwide, is the name for a group of stones made of a microcrystalline or cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, which means the quartz crystals are too small to be seen without high magnification. Native American Indians believed chalcedony was a sacred stone and used it in the spiritual ceremonies of the tribe. Chalcedony is a nurturing stone that promotes brotherhood and goodwill and will enhance a groups stability. This stone absorbs negative energy and then dissipates it so that the energy doesn't move to someone else.

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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