Kyanite Freshwater Cultured Pearl Blue Topaz Sterling Silver Pendant
This is an unusual multistone pendant, featuring a unique combination of unique and different gems! It features a large Blue Kyanite cabochon stone, set as a sideways oval, and has been paired with a freeform freshwater cultured pearl, in an asymmetrical shape known as “baroque”. The pendant is completed by a soft sky blue faceted topaz round gem.
This particular piece is a raw and organic combination of several different stones; it has been wrapped in sterling silver in a very simple setting, putting the focus on the stones.The setting is somewhat asymmetrical, with silver bezel setting, and a solid sterling bail to complete the look. This piece adds an earthy yet high vibration edge to any jewelry collection. All pendants are sold separately—you may purchase a chain in Sterling Silver Chains, and contact us to see more of our Collection.
Dimensions: 1.63” x 0.63” (42mm x 16mm)
PHYSICAL: Kyanite is a metasilicate mineral which forms only in metamorphic rock; it most often forms in blue shades, but may also form in green, orange/red, black, etc. Freshwater Cultured pearls are grown in the same method as nearly all pearls on the market; “cultured” from a starter bead and deposited over time by an oyster or other shell. Unlike saltwater cultured (your highest value pearls which include Tahitian black pearls and other high priced gems), freshwater cultured pearls result from a fast growing process, and also create more freeform “baroque” shapes and the ability to add a wider range of colors. Topaz is a group of gems which forms in blue, black, Golden, and rarely pink.
HEALING: Blue kyanite is associated with psychic power, inner bridges, and intuition. Pearls are associated with purity and connection to the ocean. Blue topaz is associated with self expression and will.
Care for gemstones in sterling silver jewelry:
As with all natural stones set in silver, these jewelry pieces should be removed when taking a shower, swimming, or entering a hot springs. Water (especially hot water) can damage natural materials and even cause settings to fail. This is especially true with gemstone rings!
*Though many gems and minerals have historical and cultural associations with healing properties, these items are sold for wear in jewelry, display, study, and collector interest only.