At the bottom of this boho necklace, a large chunk of blue chalcedony drapes down the neckline from strands of freshwater pearl, red coral and glass teardrops. Brass wirework and small teardrops give this piece a little ancient gypsy flair.
I imagine a gypsy getting off of the boat after crossing the seas, hair blowing in the wind and layers of clothes tousled about. This necklace draping down like a talisman of time worn about the bosom.
Considered a sacred stone by the Native American Indians, chalcedony nurtures and promotes brotherhood and good will.
- Used to assist telepathy
- Absorbs negative energy and dissipates it
- Harmonizes mind, body, and spirit
- Instills generosity
Healing properties of chalcedony
Chalcedony is a powerful cleanser, including open sores. Mothers use it to increase lactation, and it also fosters the maternal instinct. It increases physical energy. Healers use it to decrease ill effects of senility and dementia as well as to heal the eyes, gallbladder, bones, spleen, blood and circulatory system.
Red Coral Properties:
Records dating back thousands of years confirm that coral was used in decorative art objects. It was believed to prevent ill fortune and offer protection from skin disease when worn as a necklace. Dreams about coral are believed to foretell recovery from a long illness. Ancients believed that Mars was composed of red coral.
Coral is a good aid for meditation or visualization.
Healing properties of coral
Coral symbolizes life and blood force energy. Dark red coral is used for heating and stimulating the bloodstream. Pink shades restore harmony to the heart. It is used as an aid to depression, lethargy or deficient nutrition.