Art Nouveau Style Bronze Tulip Necklace with Sodalite Bead
This gorgeous piece of necklace is perfect for those who like to wear small, delicate jewellery! The hand cast bronze piece is an intricate tulip pattern (designed by the artist) from there a tiny copper bead and a small sodalite sphere hangs down. The long shape of the pendant emphasizes the cleavage while it's still a barely prominent, fine jewellery (the pendant is 3 cm = 1.2 inches long).
The pendant hangs on a 41 cm = 16.10 inches long double wire copper cord decorated with 2 sphere beads.
Its color is mainly blue, or blue-grey with white Calcite mixed within the stones. These crystals are a beautiful blue color, so they is a lovely stone to make into jewelry, but there are some stones that contain inclusions in shades of yellow, red and green.
The meaning of its name relates to its high sodium content. Hackmanite is a higher vibration variety of Sodalite, and its color is generally pink or lavender purple.
The biggest deposits of this stone are in Brazil. It has also been found in Russia, Greenland, Romania, France, India, Myanmar, Namibia, Canada and the USA.
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