Friday, December 5, 2014

Recent Work - Turritella Agate

This weekend at Tidefest you will find these new beauties in my booth. Turritella Agate had been a very popular stone. It is named after the turritella snail which is fossilized in this stone found in Wyoming. 

 If you see one you like send me an email as these have been going very quickly!
 This agate is thought to provide you with strength and protection. It makes an excellent gift for travelers. The three below are mixed with freshwater pearls. 

 It enhances personal connection to one's past lives. It also promotes inner stability, composure and maturity. And it helps new mothers avoid depression and it encourages self confidence.
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 These earrings use sterling sivler wire hand formed and hammered into shape. 

 The one above and below are chocolate brown seed beads mixed with pewter as requested by a customer. Hopefully she will see one she likes!

 The outside strand of seed beads used in the one below is a warm chocolate brown vintage Czech glass.

(Stone trivia is provided for curiosity and is not meant to be medical advice.)

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