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Sterling Silver Kyanite, Quartz and Pearl Pendant
Sterling Silver Kyanite, Quartz and Pearl Pendant
Sterling Silver Kyanite, Quartz and Pearl Pendant
Sterling Silver Kyanite, Quartz and Pearl Pendant

Sterling Silver Kyanite, Quartz and Pearl Pendant

Regular price $109.00

Material: Genuine Sterling Silver (925 silver, 92.5% silver content)
Stone(s): Genuine clear quartz (2.9 carats), genuine kyanite (1.7 carats), genuine white topaz (0.8 carats), genuine fresh water pearl 
Overall Dimension (including bail): 1.9 x 0.6 x 0.25 inches
Inner Bail Diameter: 4 mm
Weight: 7.3 grams
Stamp/Mark: Starborn, 925
Serial Number: p28770

Kyanite takes its name from from the Greek word kyanos which means "deep blue." Formerly called disthene, kyanite is found primarily in shades of blues and greens. The shiny, translucent gemstone is known for its color zones and variation in hardness. Zodiac signs associated with kyanite are Aries, Taurus and Libra. The stone is said to have an effect on dreams and in improving memory and encouraging mental clarity.

Natural pearls are formed when an foreign object becomes trapped in the shell of an oyster or pearl and the animal surrounds the object with several mineral layers in order to protect its soft tissue. Most pearls sold today are farmed pearls, created by intentionally inserting small mother-of-pearl beads in the oyster's shell. The resulting pearls are harvested up to two years later. Pearls come in a range of pastel colors from cream to blue to pink, and irregularly shaped pearls are often called "baroque" pearls. Mabe pearls are hemispherical cultured pearls grown against the inside shell of an oyster rather than in the mollusk's body. Mabe pearls are typically used in settings such as that conceal their flat backs.

Derived from "tapaz," the Sanskrit word for fire, topaz is one of the most brilliant cut gemstones in existence. Topaz comes in a variety of colors from yellow to blue, and deeper blues and pinks are often created by heat-treating stones. Brazil is the world's top exporter of topaz.