Believe - Amethyst, MOP and Sterling Silver Pendulum

Included with this pendulum:
Drawstring pouch, giftbox with embossed AYP logo, gemstone energy information, pendulum care and energy cleansing instructions, reusable polishing cloth, and a "How to use a pendulum" bookmark.

  • This pendulum, called "Believe", is a graceful multi-sided, triple-polished, tapered point of purple Amethyst, set with a sterling silver six-sided dome-shaped mounting that suspends on a detachable sterling silver chain. The chain is accented with a Mother-of Pearl star flanked by smooth round sterling capped Amethysts and stacks of Amethyst and Mother-of-Pearl.  Click on the "Details" tab above for measurements and length options. 

    The fob (holding piece) is a highly polished sterling silver charm with crescent moon and star cutouts and the impressed word "Believe".

    Please note: As these are natural stones, depth of color, translucence, size, and patterns will vary. There are natural inclusions within the amethyst point.
  • Measurements - Overall length of pendulum is 8 1/3". The chain length is 5 1/2" (including the clasp). Weight-stone measures 1 3/4". All measurements are approximate.

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

    Sterling Silver - This pendulum is made with sterling silver and contains no base metal parts. Sterling silver is a beautiful and durable alloy of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metal, usually copper. Pendulums made with sterling silver are more sensitive to subtle energy vibrations than those that are constructed with base metals (alloys that use nickle, zinc, lead, and/or tin).

    Caring for your sterling silver - If worn or used much, sterling will eventually oxidize and develop a lovely patina - a nice warm glow accentuated by darkened (tarnished) areas. You can either leave it this way, or if you prefer a bright and shiny surface, gently polish with a treated cloth to remove the oxidation. Never use abrasive cleansers or expose to salts. Store in a cool dry place.

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