Sterling Silver Blue Gemstone necklace.
The varying tones of blue in these Lapis Lazuli gemstone in faceted cubes is combined with the Sterling Silver beads for a subtle, elegant, casual look necklace. The graduated size stones are set in a straight line style in the centre of the neckline with diamond dusted .925 Sterling Silver beads to separate and highlight the larger centre bead. The largest bead is approx 8mm cube , the accenting darker blue Lapis Lazuli beads are approx. 4mm cube. The total length of the necklace is approx 39.5cm (16 inches) I have used a large size link in the chain for a more casual look jewellery accessory. All metal is .925 Sterling Silver, nickel and lead free.
This beautiful semi-precious blue gemstone has been beloved since ancient times. It was used in ancient Egypt as eyeshadow and even to decorate the death mask of King Tutenkhamun. Lapis was ground down to make Ultramarine blue paint during the Renaissaince and used to paint iconic historic artwork and statues in cathedrals.
Lapis Lazuli is a birthstone for September, it is associated with the zodiac star signs of Taurus, Virgo, Sagitarrius, and Libra. It is linked to the throat and third eye chakra. Lapis is known as the stone of wisdom, it is said to alleviate insomnia and alleviate depression.
3 is often seen as a ‘magic number’ , whether it be to represent; trinity, past present and future, life death and rebirth, mother maiden and crone, or representing family, this piece has 3, 5 and 7 at its centre.
This necklace, with its trio of Lapis Lazuli gemstones will be perfect to wear everyday or to enhance that special outfit, whether your look is boho, elegant, casual or classic, this piece of jewellery will always be in fashion.
This piece of jewellery could be an ideal gift for a September birthday, for a mother from her children, a person starting a new phase in their life
Designed and made by Hazelrocks Jewellery in Roscommon, Ireland. I use ethically mined/sourced genuine gemstones wherever possible. I also reuse, recycle and re-purpose packaging materials whenever I can.
Genuine gemstones may vary in colour and tone – this should be celebrated and seen as adding to the unique character and beauty of the jewellery.