This is a selection of jewelry items that we create. If you are interested in something else, please contact us. You may have noticed the initials by each of the prices these indicate the stones that are available for each piece.

L = Larvakite

C= Carnelian

T = Thulite

S = Sodalite

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Pendant only T/L/S - $23.00
W/Chain T/L/S - $51.00

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Posts or Fr. wires T/L/S - $49.00
Carnelian - $34.00

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Posts T - $55.00
Carnelian - $42.00

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#703 (Silver Plate)

Posts or Fr. wires T/LSs - $28.00
Carnelian - $20.00
Matching Pendant - $18.00
Carnelian - $16.00

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Posts or Fr. Wires T/L/S - $40.00
Carnelian - $30.00

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Posts or Fr. Wires T - $28.00
Matching Pendant - $18.00

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Posts or Fr. Wires - $24.00 T/L/S
Carnelian - $20.00

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T/L - $68.00

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W/Oval Bead T/L/S - $75.00
W/Flat Round Bead T/L - $75.00

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T/L/S - $53.00
Carnelian - $40.00

Stone Descriptions:

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Eclogite: The Stone of the Fjords

Carnelian is in the Quartz family and is sometimes referred to as Chalcedony which contains silica and iron oxide. The iron oxide gives the stone the orange to reddish orange color, but can also be a dark brownish orange shade.
It can be found in Sweden, Norway, India, Uruguay, Japan and the US.
It is believed that the stone relieves stress, protects against evil, and ensures hope and good luck.
Hot Wax does not stick to Carnelian so it has been used on sealing rings beginning in Roman times.

Hardness: 7


Thulite: The National Gemstone of Norway

Thulite was first discovered in Norway in 1820 and it was given its name after “Ultima Thule” which is the old Greek name for Norway used more than 200 years ago.
As a gemstone, Thulite is only found in Norway. It is mined from a narrow vein in the Gudbrandsdal area of Norway. The color varies from a light pink to a dark wine, according to the amount of manganese in the stone. It takes an excellent polish and is quite hard because of the quartz content.

Hardness: 6.5-7

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Larvakite: Norwegian Moonstone

Larvakite is a member of the feldspar family and has flashes of silver and gray among blue and black streaks. It is the Scandinavian form of Labradorite and is found in Larvik, Norway.
It is said to stimulate intuition and develop enthusiasm and new ideas.

Hardness: 6-6.5

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The name Sodalite reflects its sodium content. Its color ranges from medium to dark blue with flecks of white calcite. It is sometimes mistaken for Lapis; however Lapis does not have the white flecks. It is found in several parts of the world including Norway and Sweden with the largest deposits in Brazil and Bahia.
In folklore, it is said to have healing qualities that bring inner peace by filling doubts, fears and anxieties with white light and transformation.

Hardness: 5.5-6