A sparkling, colorful healing crystal pendant features Topaz and Obsidian. Set in Sterling Silver and comes with a Sterling Silver 16" chain packaged in a black velvet gift box.
The deep blue see Aqua Topaz radiates light and from an exclusive Paul Jensen Super Nova(TM) cut that features the sacred geometry power of a honeybee hive, with multiple facets created by intricate overlays of hexagons cut into the topaz stone.
The Aqua Topaz stone measure 8mm, the Colombian Obsidian stone measures 5mm, and the entire pendant is approximately 20mm high.
Topaz helps to release tensions and stabilize emotions. A precious stone that’s been used in jewelry and rituals for centuries, Topaz fosters confidence, leadership qualities, and helps to increase motivation. Sometimes referred to as the “stone of success”, Topaz also helps to dispel the mist of self-doubt and negativity. Aqua Topaz also helps to release stress and helps to increase communications.
Colombian Obsidian is a natural obsidian formed in the last two million years from the volcano Nevada del Ruiz in Colombia. This lush obsidian connects heart and throat chakras, releasing stress and providing clarity and serenity while stimulating creativity and abundance.
Each crystal is carefully inspected for quality. We check each point and facet for chips and scratches, we clear old programming and polish it to perfection. We will not accept any returns with damage unless the packaging was severely damaged in shipping. Should that occur, please contact us immediately or do not accept the box.
Sizing is approximate. As with all hand-made items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than as described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizing.
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate. Video is a representation; still photos are of actual product.