Turquoise Tridacna Silver Necklace
This Turquoise Tridacna silver necklace is handmade with Turquoise faceted and Tridacna smooth rondelle gemstones. Tridacna gemstones have a beautiful pure white colour and an interesting shape that both match perfectly with Turquoise and silver. Between two strands of Turquoise gemstones are placed Tridacna rondelles surrounded with Sterling Silver corrugated beads giving the necklace a touch of elegance. The gemstones are connected to the Sterling Silver textured chain and finished with a Sterling Silver clasp.
Gemstone Type/Size/Colour: Turquoise Round Faceted 4mm, Tridacna Smooth Rondelle 6x10mm
Metal Type/Size: Sterling Silver Corrugated Beads 6mm, Sterling Silver Textured Chain, All Other Metals are Sterling Silver
Packaged: Gift Box Complete with Satin Ribbon
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ABOUT THE GEMSTONES:
Turquoise is the birthstone for December. It is believed to bring happiness and good luck to the wearer and it signifies success. Turquoise is a purification stone, it balances and aligns all the chakras, stabilises mood swings and creates inner calm. It is excellent for depression and exhaustion. Turquoise promotes self-realisation and assists creative problem solving. It is a symbol of friendship and stimulates romantic love.
Tridacna beads are carved from giant clam shells. They have a pearl luster and glossy pure white colour. Tridacna is one of the most important spiritual stones for Buddhist, it is said to protect you from evil spirits. Tridacna can stabilise mood, eliminate worry, balance mental and physical states, soothe frightened nerves and help insomnia.
Sterling Silver is 92.5% pure silver with some base metal, usually copper, added for strength. As the purity of the silver decreases, the issue of tarnishing increases because other metals in the alloy may react over time with oxygen in the air. To help keep its shine, keep it in an airtight plastic bag when you are not wearing it. To clean it gently swipe it across with a polishing cloth.
Semi-precious stones and crystals have been an integral part of the human history, representing wealth and power as well as being ascribed qualities both genuine and superstitious.