Did you know that Labradorite, discovered first in Labrador, Canada, by Moravian missionaries in 1770, is believed to bring out the best in people? Labradorite also relieves anxiety and stress and increases one’s intuitive abilities. Quanyin is the goddess of mercy and considered to be the physical embodiment of compassion. She is an all-seeing, all-hearing being who is called upon by worshipers in times of uncertainty, despair, and fear. This double dose of goodness is encased in repoussé 925 sterling silver with lotus flowers both front and back. The pendant is strung with a double row of special Filipino wooden beads, inlaid with mussel shell imported from New Zealand. Beautiful blue labradorite rondelles and vintage sterling silver floral diamond beads complete this unique necklace. 28″ long with a 2″ pendant.
Pictured with our Keriya jacket, these impressive adornments are certain to become your favorite way to feel exotic and artistic. All are unique and some are one of a kind.
The gem-studded Turkish bangle is gold-plated repoussé brass. Ovals of coral and turquoise decorate the black enameled details. This one is a black and gold stunner.
An amazing natural red coral branch is fashioned into quite-a-statement adjustable ring! Patina white bronze with a brass bezel, the cording textured scroll designs on the wide flange are dotted with more bronze.
Long strands of hand-knotted “dirty” pearls hold a pendant of white or red coral. Each necklace has an accent bead of coral or faceted lapis. The pendant caps are bronze, formed in leaf shapes surrounding the coral, also with gemstones. The clasp is a coral bead, held with a loop of wrapped thread. 32″ in length, with a 3″ pendant drop.
Tibetan tribal silver etched in a floral motif holds a off-white conch shell fragment. The shell pendant necklace is also strung with hand-knotted “dirty” pearls and has the coral button clasp and accent bead. 32″ long with a 2.5″ drop on the pendant.