Charoite Bead Necklace with Shungite Donut, Sterling Silver Bale
The best of the Russian and Siberian gemstones team up for this totally stunning purple & black, charoite & shungite necklace!
The charoite beads are A grade.
The shungite donut was handworked in the Karelian factory, and this one shows the little metallic veins, specs, and inclusions that are so characteristic of authentic shungite.
The bail from which the donut connects to the necklace is custom made from wide sterling silver wire, with a pretty floral pattern stamped in.
Note that this is a substantial necklace with a lot of stones, weighing in at almost 3 ounces.
The necklace is strung on very durable - but flexible - Soft Touch jewelry wire for excellent strength and drape. It closes with a beautiful sterling silver lobster clasp.
Take care to not over-bend the necklace as the cording has a wire core which can kink if bent beyond a certain point.
This piece would make a spectacular designer gift for the woman in your life, while offering a large measure of protection against EMFs. (You can read more about the gemstone properties below.)
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Length: 18 inches
Shungite donut drop: 2.5 inches
Donut diameter: 50 mm
Charoite beads: 9 mm
What do the stones do, exactly?
Charoite is a beautiful but rare mineral from Russia that is protective against numerous negative energies, including EMFs. It’s an extremely powerful healing stone, promoting spiritual growth, transformation, and courage, as well as detoxification and healing. Even small specimen produces powerful effects when close to the body.
Shungite protects the wearer from EMFs. How? Its unique molecular carbon structure transforms the EMFs into biologically harmless frequencies. People who are sensitive to EMFs feel better when wearing certain protective minerals and stones - and shungite tops the list. Shungite is also said to block negative energy, and acts as a detoxifier of free radicals, viruses, bacteria, chemicals, and other toxic agents. Shungite is extremely rare and comes from only one place - Karelia, Russia.