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Labradorite & Old Ethiopian Telsum, African Prayer Beads, Third Eye Brow Chakra

$ 65.00

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Labradorite is sometimes called the "stone of sobriety" and reportedly its flash will reveal your path. It is said to represent the "Temple of the Stars" and brings clarity of thought and the wisdom of the Universe. Folklore says it aids self esteem, assists with intellectual thought and intuitive wisdom, and stimulates energy. It is associated with the brow or third eye chakra.

This beautiful ethnic necklace features blue flash Labradorite and an Ethiopian Telsum amulet prayer bead. The amulet is old and made with primitive tools, so expect some normal imperfections. The exact metal content is unknown but it is a silver tone metal that has a higher silver grade than new Telsums. These African prayer bead pendants were used in Ethiopian Jewelry and believed to protect the wearer from "the evil eye." Beautiful organic Labradorite tubes are strung through the amulet and are joined by Hill Tribe fine silver accent beads. The bead strand connects to lightly oxidized sterling silver cable chain and the necklace closes with a decorative sterling silver S-clasp. This unique necklace pays homage to the beautiful Ethiopian ethnic jewelry of the past.

Note:  All of my jewelry is handmade by me in the United States.

**The total length of this necklace is approximately 17 inches (43cm). It can be made shorter or slightly longer if you prefer. Just leave instructions when you check out.**

✥ Labradorite gemstones, approx. 4 x 3mm
✥ Tiny Hill Tribe fine silver accent beads
✥ Sterling silver chain, S-clasp, findings
✥ Old Ethiopian Telsum Amulet of unknown metal content - probably some sterling silver mixed with another metal; approx. 15mm wide by 21-23mm high

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