"Sedona Quest"
Polymer Clay, Gemstone, and Sterling Silver Pendant

I made this pendant with polymer clay and a beautiful Snake-skin Jasper Point.
The clay is done in a leather color with hints of Copper and Blue iridescence.
Three stones are set into the clay:

Iolite: Ancients believed that this stone could unlock creativity in an artist. Use this
stone to discover the lost parts of self and your inner treasures. It is a stone of vision
and creative expression.

Garnet: This stone is said to be a stone of purity and truth as well as a symbol of
love and compassion. It will helps with depression, self-esteem, one's own security
level and spiritual awareness. This stone is also said to bring constancy to
friendships and to be helpful for stimulating success in business.

Peridot:  Peridot is mentioned in many ancient references as Chrysolite. It is mentioned
throughout the Bible, and early Christians considered it sacred.
The Peridot was believed to be a stone of springtime by ancients who considered it a gift from
Mother Nature.  Peridot is a stone of lightness and beauty.  The very spiritual can wear Peridot in
a necklace with the stone at the base of the throat to feel its soothing effect. Used in a necklace,
Peridot is a protector against negative emotions.

Snake-skin Jasper Point: This stone helps to provide a stabilizing energy to our lives.  It helps
bring productivity and abundance to our minds and bodies.  It is also helpful during meditation,
bringing peace of mind. Jasper is one of the oldest known gemstones. It is mentioned in the Bible
several times. All jaspers are strong securing, stability stones. It is a powerful protection and it
eases emotional stresses.

Pendant measures 2 and 3/8 inches tall from top of bail to tip of Quartz Crystal Point, or 59
millimeters. The pendant measures 5/8 of an inch wide or 16 millimeters.
Sterling silver bail. Can easily be strung on colorful silk ribbons, leather, hemp, or chain.
*Chain shown in pictures is not included with the pendant.

Item#J-2112
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