Fern collection _ One of a kind forest inspired labradorite necklace with macrame detail
Macrame copper necklace that features a high grade multi coloured labradorite pendant electroformed in copper. The chain is also made of solid copper.
Please note that this cabochon had broke in half previously but it's been glued back with epoxy resin and then set in copper, where it's cannot move out of place. This doesn't effect the integrity of the jewellery, but I feel like I need to let you know this before it will be purchased.
Copper has been worn on the body for centuries and it's believed to be beneficial for the wearer.
It is also known as the lucky metal, as well as the healing metal.
As a conductor of energy, when used with earthly crystals it intensifies, enhances and channels their properties.
Copper is thought to assist the body with repairing tissues, oxygenating the blood, easing arthritis, strengthening the female reproductive system and increasing vitality.
It has been found that biologically effective copper-peptides help the skin to regenerate new collagen and elastin which improves skin firmness and elasticity and repair damage to the protective skin barrier.
Properties of Labradorite:
"L. is the most powerful protector of the mineral kingdom, creating a shielding force throughout the aura and strengthening natural energies from within.
Wearing or carrying it allows one's innate magical powers to surface. It enhances the mental and intuitive abilities of clairvoyance, telepathy, prophecy and coincidence control, and assists in communication with higher guides and spirits.
L. calms an overactive mind and energizes the imagination, bringing in new ideas. It is a wonderful tool for returning joy and spontaneity back to one's life. It helps eliminate the emotional drain of daily routine or being weighed down by responsibility, and awakens a sense of adventure and change.
L. is beneficial to the lungs, and may assist with respiratory problems, bronchitis and colds. It assists in digestion, regulation, and metabolism."