This is a One-of-a-Kind pendulum design - meaning there is only one of this particular pendulum.
This highly polished weight-stone is a lovely, grey-green, semi-transparent / translucent Labradorite in a smooth tapered point that sports tiny glints of blue flash all around its sides and larger blue flashy bits on its crown. It suspends on a detachable sterling silver chain with accents of three sterling-capped, faceted, green Modavites.
The fob is a one-of-a-kind, moss green, thick fragment of ancient Roman glass, about the size of a nickle. This very unusual fob's color and surface texture give it a look that's similar to that of an unpolished Moldavite specimen. The edges have been ground smooth, but the pitted and pebbly surface of the glass is unpolished and original. After being buried for approximately ten centuries in the ruins of an ancient Roman glass factory (unearthed in Afghanistan around 20 years ago), this wonderful fragment of history has a slight twist-curve that suggests it may have once been a bottle or jar.
The stones used to make this pendulum have been cleansed and charged in the light of the recent "blue moon" that took place on October 31, 2020. As with all AYP pendulums, it is also lovingly blessed with Reiki energy.
Included with this pendulum -Drawstring pouch, giftbox, small polishing cloth, pendulum use and care instructions.
Measurements- Overall length of pendulum is 7". The chain length (including the lobster claw clasp) is 4 5/8". Weight-stone (including mounting) measures 1 3/8" tall by 5/8" wide at the shoulders. The fob is 3/4" wide and about the thickness of a Nickle. All measurements are close approximates.
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.)