Creative Capers 2: Pendants & crystals

Amazonite pendant with moonstone
Amazonite with Moonstone
Lepidolite pendant
Raw Lepidolite rock with wire wrap. You can’t see the colour clearly but it’s a very pale pink-amethyst, quite beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I decided to re-energise some of my stone pendants this week as I wanted to work more closely with some quite expensive, but very small, crystals I’ve collected over the years. They’ve all been set out in glass dishes, but I got the distinct feeling they wanted to be out in the open more instead of lurking in the depths of my crystal collection. So here are photos of  my amended pendants and additional stones.

Seraphinite Pendant with Picasso Marble cabochon. I'm not too sure if Picasso Marble is quite the right word as I bought this cabochon years ago. I do know it's rare.
Seraphinite Pendant with Picasso Marble cabochon. I’m not too sure if Picasso Marble is quite the right word as I bought this cabochon years ago. I do know it’s rare.
Elestial Sheet Quartz Pendant with Rose Quartz goddess figurine
Elestial Sheet Quartz Pendant with Rose Quartz goddess figurine

 

Rose quartz pendant w. watermelon tourmaline slice & spinel stones
Rose Quartz Pendant with Watermelon Tourmaline Slice, centre, and Pink Spinel crystals from Burma top and bottom.
Nuumit pendant with silver carnelian stone
Nuumit pendant with silver carnelian stone
Healer's Gold pendant with Congolese Faden Quartz and Rose Quartz chips.
Healer’s Gold pendant with Congolese Faden Quartz and Rose Quartz chips.
Chrysocolla pendant with pezzatoite, a pink beryl. I bought this in the UK and hoarded it as it's so small but decided it would look great on Chrysocolla, Aphrodite's stone.
Chrysocolla pendant with pezzottaite, a pink beryl. I bought this in the UK and hoarded it as it’s so small but decided it would look great on Chrysocolla, Aphrodite’s stone.
Blue Quartz with Moonstone
Blue Quartz with Moonstone

3 thoughts on “Creative Capers 2: Pendants & crystals

  1. These are so delicately intense. How beautiful is the process? Is it draining in any way for you, or is this energizing to your well-being.

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    • I find this sort of exercise very calming and centring, Meredith. It’s like a get a sort of mental itch to work with crystals and then I get visions of how to place the various crystals together, so when I’ve finished I usually feel quite peaceful and satisfied that I’ve listened to that inner voice. I’ve never found crystals draining – their energy always seems very supportive and part of me, I guess.

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      • They resonate in such different ways, all striking wild chords in me I just wondered how they resonate as you work them. I think they’re beautiful. One might wonder if you play with mermaids as you work. I think they’re beautiful. They seem to sing.

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