Malachite Shield Pendant
    Product Code: MG.PT.04.ML.RP,

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    £57

    Material:

    Gemstone:

    Malachite

    About the product

    Featuring an intriguing Malachite gemstone set into a contemporary claw setting, this pendant from the Magic Gemstones collection allows the wearer to harness the powerful energy emitted from this stone. Due to the irregular patterns dispersed throughout the stone, Malachite has been thought to mirror the irregularities of our own state of mind. As such, it has been thought to alleviate fears and shyness, aiding the wearer’s concentration, and enhancing public speaking skills. LAV’Z designers recommend wearing this piece among other Chokers, Necklaces and Pendants to create an on-trend multi-layered effect. Crafted from high quality 18ct Rose Gold Vermeil. Create Your Own Magic with LAV’Z.

    Measurements

    Pendant dimensions: 20 х 13,4 mm.
    Inner size of suspended element: 3,8 х 2,5 mm.
    Malachite: 14 х 13,4 x 3 mm.
    Weight: 1,5 g.

    Collection

    The physical beauty of a gem is only one quality that draws us towards it. Here at LAV’Z, we value the healing properties of gemstones, which have been recognised and used traditionally throughout history. LAV’Z makes it easy to mix and match, with pieces which can be layered and stacked with style. Curating your jewellery collection with the spiritual energy of the gemstone in mind, you can create a personalised amulet tailored to the areas you wish to enhance in your life.

    Gemstone

    The irregular pattern dispersed through Malachite, has been thought to mirror the irregularities of our own state of mind. Due to this relationship with our own personalities, Malachite has the potential to alleviate shyness and to guard the soul from unnecessary acquaintances. Malachite has been thought to aid the wearer’s concentration, and enhance public speaking skills. Jewellery featuring Malachite has been dated as far back as 8000 BC, and was even found to be used within the architectural design of the Temple of Artemis in 560 BC.
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