Turquoise and Red Coral Necklace, Boho Native American Pendant Necklace, Beaded Gemstone Statement Necklace, Blue Southwest Cowgirl Necklace

Turquoise and Red Coral Necklace, Boho Native American Pendant Necklace, Beaded Gemstone Statement Necklace, Blue Southwest Cowgirl Necklace

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1416-72
US$40.00
Perfect for Boho, Native American, Southwest, Cowgirl, and even Fourth of July styles. Delicate turquoise blue Howlite chips and round red coral gemstone beads, come together with tiny silver stamped spacer beads and a matching, turquoise-blue Howlite pendant in a round, wave shape. *Chain length can be permanently adjusted for a shorter length. A great layering piece with leather or feathers! This one of a kind, handmade pendant necklace measures 22 inches long, and closes with a silver-tone swivel lobster claw clasp. --------------------------------------------- Coral is a symbol of modesty, wisdom, happiness, and immortality. It is spiritually connected with Mars/Aries, and used as a crystal for enhancing power, protection, and luck. Harness the color power of red and coral gemstones! --------------------------------------------- Pair with black, mustard yellow, navy blue, turquoise, ivory, white, or emerald green! Necklace measures 18" long, closes with lobster claw clasp. This item can be customized or adjusted per request. Need a different clasp? Shorter length? 2" Extender chain included? Upgrade to Sterling Silver chain? Message me and let's plan your perfect jewelry piece for yourself or loved one! Additional costs may apply. Combined domestic and international shipping available! This item includes tracking via USPS. â™” See more at: www.CinnamonAndSilver.com --------------------------------------------- â™” Coral jewelry has been found in ancient Egyptian and prehistoric European burials and was especially popular during the Victorian age. Ancient Egyptians used coral pieces in tombs as protection against evil spirits in the afterworld, as it is believed to contain a drop of divine blood. There was significant trade in coral between the Mediterranean and India at the beginning of the first millennium. â™” The Gauls often used coral as ornamentation for their helmets and weapons in the belief that it was a protective stone. The Romans hung branches of coral around the necks of their children to protect them from danger. In the early 20th century, the people of Italy used coral for protection from the "evil eye" and for infertility. *These statements are for entertainment and informational purposes only, and not intended to promise positive outcomes of wearing this jewelry, or diagnose or treat medical conditions. Please consult a doctor for any health concerns.
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