Art Nouveau Style Bronze Tulip Necklace with Unakite 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 unakite 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.
Unakite Jasper is also called Epidote, for its main component deriving its name from the Greek epidosis meaning “growing together.” An amalgamation of Red Jasper, pink Feldspar and green Epidote, Unakite is solidly bound together and is said to symbolize “what comes together belongs together.” It forms in dense, opague masses as a granite rock and ranges in color from pistachio to moss green interlaced with areas of pink, peach or light red.
It is named for the Unaka Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, USA, where it was first found, but is also found in pebbles and boulders in glacial drifts around the Great Lakes, as well as Zimbabwe and Switzerland. It is occasionally listed as Epidotized Granite or Grandodiorite.
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