RARE Purple Iolite Sunstone SS Pendant ~ Insight Amulet

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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 06, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

Beautiful, Sparkling

RARE Iolite-Sunstone


Sterling Silver

Handcrafted Wrap Art Pendant



I am so excited that I can offer this beautiful cabochon of Iolite-Sunstone on eBay!!!! It's Iolite (also known as Cordierite), which I had NEVER seen in cabochons (until recently), that happens to have naturally occurring Sunstone inside!!! I found it at a gem show! I hope you can tell by looking at a few photos that I made outside that the stone has both a violet and a deep sunset hue when you look through it with light behind it. When viewed in dim lighting, it looks like that manmade product called "Blue Goldstone", but this is REAL STONE!!!! When viewed in direct sunlight, it sparkles. But when you look through it at the sunlight, WOW! It's a whole different pendant! And, of course, the material is rarely found, so it happens to be a bit expensive, too! ~*~grin~*~ Of course, you know I love offering unusual and unique items on eBay, right!?!

I hope that a Lightworker or Reiki practitioner will be the new owner of this potent pendant. I am just so tickled to be able to offer this lovely Iolite-Sunstone Pendant on eBay! Please note that although I tried very hard, I could not get the exact color on my photos. The photos cannot show you the true splendor of this unusual stone, nor capture its vibratory presence. When you move it around, with light shining down on it, it just shimmers! In low indoor lighting, it looks dark.
This beautiful amulet pendant is a one-of-a-kind -- an artistic ORIGINAL EXCLUSIVE DESIGN! I made it myself. I selected this polished Iolite-Sunstone cabochon, then thought out the initial design in my head. Next, I took straight Sterling Silver wire, my hands, and my small jewelry pliers, and manipulated and fashioned all the loops, swirls and bindings you see in the photos myself. I shaped the Silver to frame the piece, and then, of course, the stone "told" me how it wanted to be wrapped, so my original idea for the design sort-of went out the window, but look how GORGEOUS it turned out! The stone is snugly held in place in the front and the back with the back open so that the stone is open to the skin of the new owner. If you'd like to rub the stone while wearing it, you can do that with your thumb and forefinger on the front and back simultaneously. I try to make lots of my pendants like that so that if you'd like to fiddle with it while you wear it, you can (I do that with lots of my own pendants). The photos show the actual pendant you will own if you are the winning bidder. Also, every one of my creations that is offered for auction has never been worn before. When you purchase it, you will be the first person to ever wear it.
Wear a One-of-a-Kind Pendant! This special stone needs a good home with someone out t Is it calling your name? Are you the one who will own this unusual piece? Or maybe you need a gift for someone who needs something unique in their lives? Maybe someone you love needs a unique birthday gift? Or maybe you need an early Christmas list gift
Pendant Photos are larger than actual size.

Pendant's Approximate Measurements:
Approximately 2-3/16" tall, 7/8" wide, and almost 7/16" thick at the swirls part of the pendant. The stone's measurements are approximately: 38.75mm x 20.75mm x 5.75mm thick, and it weighs approximately 6.7 grams or 33.5 carats. Also, the bail has a large enough opening that should accommodate a round chain necklace that is as thick as 3mm. And, since the bail is attached so that the pendant swings freely with the wearer, it will not be stiff and get stuck in an awkward position while worn. It will tend to capture the attention of on-lookers, too. ~*~ grin ~*~ (I never solder or use any glue on my creations.)
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