Friday, October 15, 2010


Amethyst, Lepidolite, & Sterling Silver Rosary-Inspired Necklace


A 15 Promises Heritage Necklace - 15 Promises Heritage Rosaries handcrafts Accessories for the Soul using semi-precious gemstones and metals of the Bible, Stones of the Apostles, birthstones, Stones of the Guardian Angels, and more. This 30" rosary-inspired necklace is sterling silver, faceted semi-precious 6mm amethyst, and semi-precious lepidolite with a 1" sterling silver Our Lady medal. Visit my Etsy shop at http://www.15promises.etsy.com/ for this necklace, plus traditional Catholic rosaries and more.

Amethyst is the stone of the apostle St. Matthias and the Guardian Angel Adnachiel. St. Matthias' feast day is May 14th. Amethyst is the birthstone of February. Silver was frequently used in the fabrication of sacred temple objects in the Old Testament, as were gold and bronze. Semi-precious lepidolite is often known as flower sugilite, but is not actually sugilite at all. Its color is violet to pale pink or white and rarely gray or yellow. Its luster is vitreous to pearly and crystals are transparent to translucent. It is 2.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. Associated minerals are quartz, feldspars, and tourmaline.

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