** RESERVED FOR LISA** 2 Recycled Bullet Necklaces with Carborundum
Two one-of-a-kind necklaces features a recycled bullet casings, which were sourced from a private shooting area in the woods. This area is littered with bullet casings of all shapes and sizes and trash. I'm doing my part to clean up the Earth and make beautiful jewelry out of it! I hand-etched the bullets and hand-cut a small round window on the front and inserted inserted a clear vial inside. This design features raw carborundum specimens inside. Finished with a faceted rainbow quartz point. Full pendant measures approximately 2.5 inches in length and is very lightweight. 27-inch long brass chain.
Carborundum is a manmade mineral, formed in the 1800s in an attempt to create diamonds, using electricity. It is the second-hardest substance on Earth, and while very rare on Earth, it is a common element in stardust and has been found in meteorites.
Carborundum is thought to be a master healer that shines light in all areas of your life, purifying mind, body and spirit. It is calming and gently grounding, known to relieve stress and its associated physical disorders and lift depression and melancholia. It helps absorb chaotic thoughts, encouraging intuition and discernment, enhancing the memory and increasing artistic and diplomatic skills. Carborundum allows for inner expansion in an orderly and organized manner, as if each individual cell has been allocated the same amount of space around it. In spite of the dark coloration of the stone, its general mood is light and happy.
Rainbow quartz is a natural quartz that has been heat-infused with titanium, resulting in a full spectrum of colors, generating rainbows and rich hues. Because the brilliant colors are produced by blending natural substances with a natural affinity, the metaphysical properties are enhanced rather than destroyed. An excellent stone for creativity, both removing blockages to creativity and enhancing creative powers. An intensely visual stone, promotes clairvoyance and all forms of "seeing."