• Wire wrapped bloodstone pendant and necklace

    £15.00

    This item is out of stock

    This simple wirework pendant enables you to wear a more subtle wire wrapped cabochon rather than some of the big statement pendants in the T's Collections.  It is simply wrapped within gold coloured wire and has been finished with a champagne satin necklace and gold plated copper findings.  If you would like a specific length of necklace please contact me as i have a number of different length necklaces.

    Birthstone: March - Bloodstone

    If you are interested in purchasing this pendant but would perhaps like a different colour or type of stone or wirework please contact me.  I would be happy to discuss your thoughts with you and to create you an individual piece of jewellery.


    A little bit of history, myth and legend

    Bloodstone is also called heliotrope is generally green with distinctive red spots thought to resemble blood, giving the stone its name.  It has been though that bloodstone was used to stop bleeding and in particular nosebleeds.  The Greeks called it heliotrope and they thought it would bring about change.  It has also been used as an amulet to protect against the evil eye and it is the symbol of justice.


    If you are interested in anything in the Toria's Trinkets collection but would like something made personally for you please contact me and i would be happy to sit and talk to you about your thoughts and how i can create a unique piece for you to treasure.  I have a wide variety of gemstones that i use to create my pieces and if i don't have exactly what you are looking for in my stash i will be able to obtain it in order to create your piece of jewellery.


    Your piece will come in either an organza bag or boxed.


    All items from my collections are created with love, care and attention to detail and i hope that when you receive your item you love it as much as i do.  I use 100% genuine gemstones and high quality materials.  I love what i do and hope you do too.


    love and light x

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