Lapis Lazuli Cross Pendant, Lapis Gemstone Cross Necklace (1)
Lapis Cross Pendants

Lapis Lazuli Cross Pendant, Lapis Gemstone Cross Necklace (1)

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Part Number:P0538-EACHES

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Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Cross Pendant Necklace - Made of Gemstone material, these Stone Cross Charms are bailed and ready to wear. Each one is unique. Picture shows examples of a charm you will receive on silver plated necklace chain.

Lapis Lazuli is not a single mineral -- it is a combination of lazurite, calcite, and pyrite, with small amounts of other minerals. Lapis Lazuli is attributed with great healing, purifying and curative properties. This beautiful gemstone aids in the opening of the Third Eye, and is used to make a connection between the physical and celestial planes. Popular with ancient alchemists (who called it as sapphirus), Lapis was often crushed used in medicine, cosmetics and made into paint.

Stone Cross Size : average 25mm x 18mm x 5mm thick
Silver Plated bail adds an additional 7mm to overall size
Gemstone Material : Lapis - Denim Lapis with sparse Pyrite Inclusions
Sold by : Pendant Necklace
As these are gemstone material and hand-cut, please expect variations.

Lapis Lazuli is one of the oldest spiritual stones known to man, used by healers, priests and royalty. Lapis is considered a birthstone for those born in December & the Zodiac Signs of Sagittarius (traditional) and Pisces (ancient). An ancient stone prized for many properties : It brings a higher guidance and intuition; helps one to connect to their Higher Self; Activates ones deepest intuition and insight; helps to organize and quiet the mind and brings self expressions; helps with dream insights, writing and creativity... Said to calm the nervous system - helping with anxiety and insomnia. It also used to aid those with autism and speech and hearing difficulties. During ancient times Lapis Lazuli was ground up and used for medicinal purposes as well as a popular cosmetic -- Eyeshadow! During the Middle Ages, Lapis was believed to maintain the skeleton in healthy condition while keeping the spirit free from the negative emotions of fear and jealousy. Lapis Lazuli is associated with the following Goddesses : Isis, Hera, Venus, Athena, Freya, Inanna, Nuit, and Dana (Danu) -- and resonates with the Third Eye and Throat Chakras. Lapis Lazuli combines various minerals, mostly Lazurite, but also contains Calcite, Sodalite, Pyrite and other Minerals.