Antler Necklace — Wash Away The Sad
Antler tip necklace made with naturally shed deer antler. Antler tip is approx 3in long.
108 gemstone beads
approx 27inches end to end.
This necklace is made up of two types of 6mm gemstone beads- mother of pearl (white) and picture jasper (brown).
these two stones have been paired together to promote tranquility and good luck. Mother of pearl is a holder of water energies. A gem created from fossils, the water energies allow feelings of depression and inadequacy wash away. It has been said that the wearer of mother of pearl will have good luck, that abundance will be attracted to them. Connect with the earth, understand and appreciate the beauty of the world around you. Realize you are worthy of a harmonious life. Let the water take away the thoughts and feelings that are holding you back.
Mother of Pearl meaning : “contemplates holding the energies that heals the wounded emotions effectually and infuse the vigor of harmonious waves. Sices ages, water, are regarded to proffer tranquillity to the conflicting heart and imbibe the feeling of leisure and serenity. The holder of the water energies, it is a fossil, organic gem that helps the depressed soul to feel happy, as it suffuse peacefulness in the aura along with the love. It too helps to feel the true beauty of nature and understand the purpose of the gifted life. Traditionally, Mother of Pearl is thought to draw good fortune, so contemplated as a lucky talismanic gem that attracts opulence in life. It too controls the off-putting emotions as well as remove all the burdensome feelings. It is the gem that is known to call the good omen in life."
Picture Jasper : “ his stone helps one connect with the energy of the planet in order to heal the emotional body. Worn for extended periods of time, Picture Jasper brings hidden feelings to the surface, such as guilt, fear, hatred and love, as well as thoughts that have been pushed aside or repressed. When one has come to terms with these issues, Picture Jasper helps to release them, allowing them to be viewed as lessons along the way. It instills a sense of proportion and harmony to the system and allows one to see joy in simple things"