Pendant comprising of natural semi precious Australian Opal dublet in the centre of the piece, with faceted blue Kyanite and cabochon Rainbow Moonstones set around the outside, set in an Indian silver setting.

92.5% Indian Silver jewellery (not hall marked).

Approx. 3.3cm drop. Max  2.4cm across.

 

This piece was designed by Joanna Hall, who first, hand selects the stones in Jaipur from the stone cutters and dealer. Then, she sticks the stones down in the fantastically unique designs she has spent hours, if not days, assembling. Finally, she takes the designs to a workshop where extremely skilled silver smiths hand set the stones into their silver setting. Jo has been working with some of the families in this process for over 25 years.

 

Australian Opal is a gorgeous stone that comes in a variety of colours (predominantly blue) that flash and change in the light. It is known as the karmic stone as it is thought to reflect and amplify your thoughts and feelings.

Rainbow Moonstone is a creamy semi translucent semi-precious stone with flashes of colour that shimmer and change in the light.

Kyanite is a striated semi-precious stone which is known to be relaxing and aids in maintaing compassion and diplomacy. 

 

We buy and manufacture from trusted craftspeople in India and Nepal who we have been dealing with for 20 years. 

 

Chain sold separately.

Rainbow Moonstone, Kyanite and Australian Opal Pendant

£64.50Price

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