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Gold-leafed Necklace

Gold-leafed Necklace
Gold-leafed Necklace
$599.00

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Gold-leafed Necklace, hand-knotted in red silk thread, 12 mm natural carnelian, 3 mm Swarovski crystal, 6 mm rock crystal in back of necklace for comfort and style, 23 k gold- leafed beach stone, hand- selected from Juno Beach in South Florida, antique rhinestone insert. This one-of-a-kind necklace is 19.5 inches in length, weight is 3.9 oz, hand-crafted in North Palm Beach, Florida by designer artist Christine Smith.
Hag stones are rocks that have naturally occurring holes in them. The oddity of the stones has long made them a focus of folk magic, where they've been used for everything from fertility spells to warding off ghosts. The names for the rocks vary by region, but hag stones have been viewed as magical across the world.
Gold leafing a hag stone is a 5 step process, can only be achieved on certain prepared surfaces.
Custom lengths for a single strand necklace are available by request!
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Gold-leafed Necklace, hand-knotted in red silk thread, 12 mm natural carnelian, 3 mm Swarovski crystal, 6 mm rock crystal in back of necklace for comfort and style, 23 k gold- leafed beach stone, hand- selected from Juno Beach in South Florida, antique rhinestone insert. This one-of-a-kind necklace is 19.5 inches in length, weight is 3.9 oz, hand-crafted in North Palm Beach, Florida by designer artist Christine Smith. Hag stones are rocks that have naturally occurring holes in them. The oddity of the stones has long made them a focus of folk magic, where they've been used for everything from fertility spells to warding off ghosts. The names for the rocks vary by region, but hag stones have been viewed as magical across the world. Gold leafing a hag stone is a 5 step process, can only be achieved on certain prepared surfaces. Custom lengths for a single strand necklace are available by request!
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