One of a Kind #238 - Labradorite, Moldavite, Opal, Moonstone, Aquamarine, and Sterling Silver Pendulum

This is a One-of-a-Kind pendulum design - meaning there is only one of this particular pendulum and it is available for immediate shipment.

This pendulum was designed to mirror the empowering energies of the Tarot's mysterious and wise High Priestess. Its highly polished weight-stone is a lovely, six-sided tapered point of mossy grey-green, semi-translucent Labradorite that shimmers with soft glints of blue and gold "flash". It's topped with a sterling silver domed mount decorated with six flat discs. It suspends on a detachable sterling silver chain that's filled with a powerhouse of sterling capped, faceted gemstones, including two fiery, precious Welo Opals, two flashy Labradorites and two shimmery Rainbow Moonstones, and, at the center, a trio of Moldavite-Aquamarine-Moldavite.

The sterling silver fob is an elegant, highly polished "High Priestess" Tarot Card (the second of the Major Arcana), with an impressed image of a cloaked feminine figure with moon phases above her head and a "II" (Tarot's number designation for this card). The back is a blank, smooth mirror-polished surface.

Details

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

Measurements- Overall length of pendulum is 9 1/2". The chain length (including the lobster claw clasp) is 6 1/4". Weight-stone (including mounting) measures 2" tall by 3/4" wide at the shoulders. The fob is 1" high by 5/8" wide and about the thickness of a dime. 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.