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One-of-a-Kind #213 - Rose Quartz and Sterling Silver Pendulum

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One of a Kind

This is a One-of-a-Kind pendulum design - meaning there is only one of this particular pendulum.

The pale pink Rose Quartz and sterling silver weight-stone is what I call a "stacked stone" - three layers of semi-translucent Rose Quartz, solidly set between sterling silver disks and end-mounts. The detachable sterling silver chain is set with six sterling capped Rose Quartz beads - four that are smooth and round and two that are faceted.

The beautifully cast, sterling silver filigree fob (also known as the "holding piece") is a sturdy, Hamsa Hand symbol that surrounds a scrolled heart. The fob's slightly convex shape has a satisfying ergonomic feel to it when held between thumb and forefinger.

This pendulum is very wearable. Connect its chain to a necklace and wear as a cascading pendant (see second photo) or detach the weight-stone and wear as a pendant by itself.  Click on the "Details" tab for pendulum measurements.

An ancient symbol, the "Hamsa Hand"crosses over several religious and cultural boundaries. Over many centuries, it has become a known universal symbol of protection. It protects against the "evil eye", a term that represents a broad range of negativity - including our own internal fears. This symbol is also known as the Hand of Fatima, Hand of Miriam, and Hand of Mary.

Details

Included with this pendulum - Drawstring pouch, giftbox, small reusable polishing cloth, pendulum use and care instructions.

Overall length of pendulum is 7 5/8". The chain length (including lobster claw clasp) is ". Including mountings, weight-stone measures 1 3/8". All measurements are close approximates.

All metal parts (chain, clasp, fob, mountings, and connectors) are sterling silver. All stones are genuine.

Wear it!

How to wear this pendulum: This pendulum's chain has a clasp that allows you to detach the weight-stone so you can wear it as a pendant - simply by slipping it onto your own neck chain or satin cord. Or you can wear the whole pendulum by using a pendulum-to-pendant adapter, or simply by threading a neck chain or cord through one of the links in the pendulum's chain and letting both ends dangle. (Adapter and neck chain sold separately - see related items below.)