Gorgeous Rainbow Bismuth Necklace !
**You will NOT receive exact pendant pictured but one modeled like the same with bismuth and pyrite*
Beautiful and stunning statement necklace!
Great as a gift!
Wear it out to an event or music festival, or out on the town, this necklace is sure to turn heads!
Each piece of Bismuth is 100% unique. The metal is melted down into a liquid and then as it cools it is broken into pieces and each color shines with the many different hues depending on it's temperature during creation! The metal naturally forms the most gorgeous fractal and psychedelic patterns as is cools and shapes on it's own.
Shimmering blues, purples and gold, it is truly a touch of magic!
Great conversation piece, everyone will want to know where you got it!
Rock hard and durable.
The pendant is 1.25" inches diameter
Chain can be any length you want.
"Rainbow colored Bismuth can be a wonderful stone to use for focus, visualization and shamanic journeying. It can prevent you from becoming overwhelmed by all of your responsibilities while at the same time increasing your energy levels to deal with them.
Bismuth relieves feelings of loneliness or isolation. It is a stone of transformation and change, helping to adapt to change with calm assurance. Bismuth encourages cohesiveness, so would be very helpful in group and/or relationship dynamics.
Physically, use Bismuth to reduce fevers; find new treatments to deal with chronic illnesses; ease the effects of degenerative muscle conditions, and get you back on your feet after major surgeries."
"Bismuth is a metal with a silver-pink-blue hue, often occurring in its native form, with an iridescent oxide showing many colors from yellow to blue. The spiral, stair-stepped structure of bismuth crystals is the result of a higher growth rate around the outside edges than on the inside edges. The variations of the oxide on the surface of the crystal causes different wavelengths of light to interfere upon reflection, thus displaying a rainbow of colors. Crystallizing in the rhombohedral lattice, which is often classed into trigonal or hexagonal crystal systems"
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