Teardrop Moonstone and Sterling Silver necklace.
This gorgeous necklace features tiny genuine teardrop Moonstone gemstones hand wired to form a delicate necklace. A thin gold vermeil 24k chain accompanies the line of stones to give the necklace a beautiful layered look when worn.
- Moonstones gemstones
- Gold vermeil 24k chain and clasp
- Choose length at check out
- Model wearing 18 inches long
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The June birthstone
What does the moonstone represent?
The meaning of moonstone is in its energy—a nourishing, sensual, deeply feminine energy that knows how to heal and bring you back to wholeness. It is the stone of the mother moon, deep healing waters, and sacred feminine energies
What are the healing properties of Moonstone?
A stone for “new beginnings”, Moonstone is a stone of inner growth and strength. It soothes emotional instability and stress, and stabilizes the emotions, providing calmness. Moonstone enhances intuition, promotes inspiration, success and good fortune in love and business matters.
What chakra is Moonstone associated with?
Moonstone is used to protect those who travel on or by water. Working with the Sacral, Third-Eye and Crown Chakras, Moonstone connects us to Divine Inspiration, and channels it into our own intuition. Moonstone encourages introspection and judgment, yielding to easier decision making.
About the material:
******* GOLD VERMEIL is sterling silver that has been gold-plated. Most of our vermeil is plated with 22K-24K gold. This is a good combination for those with allergy to normal, plated jewelry items. The difference between vermeil, and gold-filled, is in the thickness of the gold and the base metal used. In vermeil, the base is sterling silver.
******* STERLING SILVER is a mixture of pure silver and some other metal, usually copper. The resulting alloy gives the silver strength. The standard is at least 92.5% silver. Hence the .925 stamp you see on some sterling silver items.