Isis 5

Isis 5

This is a gorgeous collar! Very regal around the neckline. Egyptian style collar in bright turquoise dyed Mother of Pearl ovals. This same style collar is also available in other colors. Choose from light green, brown, red, deep yellow, light green, orange, fuchsia, light pink, and turquoise.

  • This wonderful necklace was created by artist Dharma Karma Arts. Per the artist's description: "Handmade astrology jewelry from DharmaKarma Arts . Beautiful green tear drop turquoise is bezel set in sterling silver with intricate scroll work around the edges. A necklace is made up of mahogany obsidian flat oval beads, sterling silver beads and finished with oxidized sterling silver chain. Pendant measures 1 1/2"; bead section of the necklace: 6" on each side; chain 2 1/2" on each side. Mahogany bead size 14 mm by 12 mm. This is part of my Saturday series. Saturn represents Saturday and brown is the color for Saturn. Saturn is the farthest planet from the Sun. and is identifiable by the ring around it. Saturn symbolizes: Discipline, restraint, frugality, austerity, humility, hidden power, authority, consistency, and practicality Day of the Week: Saturday Position in planetary cabinet: common people, masses Relationships: those who work for us Colors of Saturn: Black, brown, dark blue Metals and materials for Saturn: non-precious metals; bones, wood Gems for Saturn: Sapphire, lapis lazuli, amethyst, blue turquoise, malachite Its natural planetary friends: Venus and Mercury; neutral to Jupiter; dark and subdued colors of any of these planets will work with Saturn colors. This necklace can be worn on Saturday, Friday and Wednesday."

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  • This earthy and intriguing pendant was created by artist, MannyBeads. Per the artist's description: "These Pagoda pendants just seemed to come about one morning...Pagoda structures are know to Eastern culture and landscape and... This earthy and intriguing pendant was created by artist, MannyBeads. Per the artist's description: "These Pagoda pendants just seemed to come about one morning...Pagoda structures are know to Eastern culture and landscape and the first record of the pagoda is in the 3rd century, Nepal. They were used to both house and make available sacred Buddhist relics and writings. So for me, I like to think that this bone and stone Pagoda might serve to hold for you a symbolic reminder of that which is sacred...words, ideas, believes, gratitude, lessons. This unisex Pagoda is a simple pairing of etched bone above and natural turquoise below. It is strung on 1/2" waxed cotton cord that is a total length of 26" and the pendant adds 1.75", not including the cord ends below the bottom stone. The natural turquoise stone that anchors the Pagoda at the bottom is 24mm x 7mm."

  • This gorgeous necklace has been created by Bhakti Beads. Per the artist's description: "Our Garnet and Turquoise Mala is made using deep cranberry garnet and bright natural turquoise rounds, and is accented with tiny peridot d... This gorgeous necklace has been created by Bhakti Beads. Per the artist's description: "Our Garnet and Turquoise Mala is made using deep cranberry garnet and bright natural turquoise rounds, and is accented with tiny peridot details and a sterling silver OM pendant. OM is an ancient Sanskrit symbol representing the creation and origin of all things. The length of the mala is thirty-two inches, with the OM pendant adding an extra half inch. Mala is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning "garland of flowers." Malas have been used for many centuries to honor respected people and deities in India, but the word has also come to signify anything that is strung together in a similar manner, including rosaries used for spiritual practice. All of our malas are strung on stainless steel beading wire for optimal durability. We use only genuine semi-precious stones, and never any man-made or dyed materials. Metal findings are either .925 sterling silver or 14k gold fill."

  • What a fabulous necklace to have around your neck! Southwestern appeal at its best. This piece was created by The Tattered Gypsy. Per the artist's description: ""SANTE FE BOHEMIAN" This one-of-a-kind (OOAK) necklace is made ... What a fabulous necklace to have around your neck! Southwestern appeal at its best. This piece was created by The Tattered Gypsy. Per the artist's description: ""SANTE FE BOHEMIAN" This one-of-a-kind (OOAK) necklace is made from 16gauge large sterling silver jump rings connected by small antiqued copper jump rings with a heavy sterling silver chain around the neck. It has a handmade sterling silver clasp. Each large jump ring has a hammered and reticulated copper rectangle (there are 16 ss rings & copper dangles.) There are 3 large hill tribe sterling silver ethnic cirlce beads, one Sante Fe style sterling silver cross, a sterling silver crucifix, 3 large Chinese turquoise stone crosses, 3 large Czech faceted glass turquoise beads with bell dangles, and a bunch of turquoise colored czech glass and copper dangles. This is a eccentric necklace that fully embrases the term Ethnic Fusion! It can go bohemian, ethnic, southwestern, eclectic - whatever you can envision. It is sturdy, has a great weight - but not too heavy!"

  • Take a trip to the American Southwest. These turquoise earrings have been created by the Mia Bella Collection. Per the artist's description: "~ dangling from bali sterling earhooks lovely hand-faceted & smooth natural turquoi... Take a trip to the American Southwest. These turquoise earrings have been created by the Mia Bella Collection. Per the artist's description: "~ dangling from bali sterling earhooks lovely hand-faceted & smooth natural turquoise & hand-faceted apatite rondelles with small purple freshwater seed pearls accented with sm bali sterling beads (entire length about 1" including earwire)"

  • Gorgeous turquoise and amber dyed Mother of Pearl frangia, each separated by heavy gold plated accents. Heavy gold plate designer "S" clasp.

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