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sterling silver moon phases necklace with rainbow moonstone
sterling silver moon phases necklace with rainbow moonstone

sterling silver moon phases necklace with rainbow moonstone

I've always lived my life on the sea and let my thoughts and emotions get pulled with the tides.

This one-of-a-kind design features a hand-cut sterling silver bar, which I hand-cut with an intricate moon phase design and hammered to resemble the surface of the moon. I finished the design by setting a polished rainbow moonstone cabochon in the center, as the full moon. The 18 inch long sterling silver chain allows the pendant to rest perfectly upon the chest. This is an eye-catching necklace and can easily be dressed up or down.

Named for its moon-like sheen, Moonstone is a Feldspar mineral exhibiting a soft, watery opaqueness and a silvery-white reflection called chatoyancy, that moves as a line across the surface as light varies. 

Since earliest times, Moonstone has been a tangible connection to the magic of the moon - an amulet of protection for travelers, a gift of lovers for passion, a channel for prophecy, and a path to wisdom. Our ties to the moon are strong. As it waxes and wanes in cyclic perfection, it creates the tides and rhythms of the Earth, and influences our behaviors, emotions and spiritual growth. Moonstone calms and encourages, teaching us the natural rhythms of life. Moonstone acts as a prism, diffusing energy throughout the aura. It provides psychic protection, clearing the mind and senses, and aids in lucid dreaming and calm sleep. It deflects negativity and eases emotional trauma. 

As ancient as the moon itself, Moonstone holds the power of mystery. Its secrets are locked beneath a pearly veil, and with them, our own hidden truths. Only within its reflected light can we begin to understand what it has to teach us. Moonstone is foremost a talisman of the inward journey, taking one deep into the self to retrieve what is missing, the parts of the soul left behind or forgotten, then brought to light.