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Lapis Lazuli Sodalite Moonstone Necklace

Lapis Lazuli Sodalite Moonstone Necklace

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Natural, untreated Lapis Lazuli fan beads paired with elongated tube Sodalite beads. Blue moonstone, and lapis rhondelles, as well as lead free pewter spacers with 18k gold plating have been used to accent the intense blue fan of Lapis; pulling an elegant flow of colour throughout the strand of sodalite. We have opted for a toggle clasp in place of a typical lobster clasp to allow ease of use, whilst maintaining the strength required to keep the necklace securely fastened.


Lapis Lazuli

A stone of royalty and spirituality, it was unsurpassed in ancient times. Known as sapphirus until the Middle Ages. Lapis is Latin for ‘blue stone’. Lapis Lazuli was the stone of the Pharaohs and Emperors world over and is most likely the sapphire mentioned in the Bible. Catherine the Great decorated a room, walls, fireplace, doors and mirror frames. Chinese cherished it for carving.

Lapis Lazuli (Lazurite) is made up of several different minerals lazurite, sodalite, hauyne, calcite and pyrite.  Predominately royal blue with minor patches of white and pyrite inclusions. Most prized intense blue Lapis Lazuli comes from the far northeastern remote province Badakhshan, Afghanistan. Archeological evidence dates these mines to 8000 BC.  Russian Lapis has greater amounts of pyrite. Whereas Chilean Lapis is rich in calcite giving it a distinctly dull and dusty appearance. Recently finds of Mexican Lapis are blends of teal and blue.


Key Words         Inner vision, truthful communications, royal virtues

Element              Wind

Chakras              5th Throat, 6th Third Eye

Planet                 Juniper

Birthstone          December

Was worn to protect from evil. Thought to aid in the path to self-knowledge and reflection. Wind element working predominantly on the third eye chakra.


Moonstone is the best-known gem of the feldspar group of minerals. It is renowned for its adularescence, the light that appears to billow across a gemstone, giving it a special glow. The finest moonstones show a blue sheen against a colorless background. 

Moonstone Care:

Moonstone is a 6–6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness and has poor toughness. It may crack when exposed to high heat. Therefore, ultrasonic and steam cleaners should not be used on your moonstone. The best option for cleaning is warm, soapy water with a soft brush.


Key words        Mystery, Self-discovery, Intuition, Insight, Dreams

Element            Wind   

Chakras             6th Third Eye, 7th Crown 

Zodiac                Cancer

Birthstone          June

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