BOUTIQUE LOVIN Cute Teardrop Simulated Amazonite Stone Pendant

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This is gorgeous blue I would call it an ocean blue it is very pretty.  The back is open so you can see the color all way thru to the back.  It has a 14K gold ring to around it to make it look fancy.  The  back is flat and it will not turn while wearing. The chain is 14K gold and will hold up and will not turn your skin green.  This will go with any outfit and can be worn every day.  It is made to last for everyday use.  This necklace comes with a pouch so you can put it way and will not get scratched,  keep it for save keeping.

BOUTIQUE LOVIN :  Is a store that sells a lot of jewelry and I love all there products you can find them on amazon.  Amazon.com: BOUTIQUELOVIN is where you can find more jewelry just like this.

This is made with Simulated stone,  A simulant, by definition, is intended to give the appearance of a natural gemstone.  The intent is not always fraudulent of course; cubic zirconia and moissanite are almost always sold under their own names. The goal is to provide a lower-cost gemstone that exhibits brilliance and fire somewhat similar to diamond.  Selling these simulants is a perfectly respectable business, provided that the gems are correctly identified.  A simulant has an appearance similar to that of a natural gemstone, but has different optical, physical, and chemical properties. Cubic zirconia and moissanite are examples of well-known diamond simulants.  A trained gemologist with the right instruments can easily separate simulants from the natural gems they simulate.  For example, moissanite shares many optical properties with genuine diamond, it even fools thermal testers.  But moissanite is doubly refractive while genuine diamond is singly refractive, and a gemologist can tell the difference by visual inspection alone.

Amazonite what is it ?  Good luck isn’t just a coincidence, especially when you include an Amazonite crystal in your gemstone collection. With its verdant shade of blue–green, the Amazonite crystal meaning reflects the lush foliage of the Amazon rainforest, although it’s commonly found in Colorado alongside Smoky Quartz clusters.

Amazonite Meaning

Known as the “hope” stone, the Amazonite crystal is an excellent manifestation tool, especially when you incorporate its energy into daily meditation practice. To set up the best backdrop for a healing transformation, retreat into a sacred space that has been cleansed and purified with a sage stick. Then, instill your Amazonite crystal stone with a power affirmation and take on the world with confidence with a spirited “can-do” attitude. “I can achieve anything I set my mind to do.” Say this mantra out loud and let the Amazonite crystal stone meaning work to magnify your intentions and affirmations.

Dating back to ancient times, the brilliant blue-green hue of the Amazonite crystal was a distinguishing feature of the lavish and opulent emperor tombs of Egypt. Combined with Lapis Lazuli and Carnelian, the famous gold mask of Pharaoh Tutankhamen is also decorated with Amazonite, bringing the dazzling color of tropical waters to the sacred pyramids. Often regarded as a good luck charm, it was also a distinctive element in jewelry design, particularly with ancient Indians, who took advantage of its moderate hardness and carved it into round cabochon shapes for setting in rings, pendants, and earrings.

A modern take on this ancient relic stone, our Pure Energy bracelet set combines other powerful cleansing and purifying stones, including Tourmalinated Quartz and Clear Quartz for a triple-dose of its energy clearing properties. Add a pop of color to your wardrobe while keeping your aura balanced and flowing smoothly, whatever your emotional forecast.

This is the back and  the chain

This would make a nice gift for any woman or a young girl in your life.  The price is very good and it runs about $ 9.99 and that is excellent price for the high quality of the necklace and how it is made.

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