Aquamarine Oval and London Blue Topaz Pendant for Throat Chakra

Aquamarine Oval and London Blue Topaz Pendant for Throat Chakra

  • $40.00

Our pendants differ from necklaces in that they do not have a chain.  For those who wish to expand their ChakraJewel collection or already have a chain, this is the perfect solution.  All our necklaces are available as pendants. 

 The fifth chakra is called the throat chakra.  It is energized by the color blue.

Stone:  Aquamarine and London Blue Topaz

Size:  approximately 1" long x 1/2" wide  

Aquamarine Pendant

Description:  Aquamarines range in color from baby blue to pale blue green.  Ours is a semi-transparent stone that looks as if it were borrowed from the sky on a spring day.  I would call it "baby blue" because there is something so tender and innocent about the color.  In case you can't guess, I'm quite taken with it.  Aquamarines belong to the beryl family, along with emeralds and topaz.  The minerals inside the crystal are what make the stone blue in aquamarines, green in emeralds and yellow-gold in topaz.  We have added a very fine piece of London Blue Topaz to accent this throat chakra jewel.  If you love blue, you will never want to take this stone off your neck.  We now have 2 shapes of aquamarine in stock.  This one is our newest and is a lovely oval shape.  Limited quantity.  

Throat Chakra Information for Aquamarine and London Blue Topaz Pendant
The throat chakra is also the fifth chakra and is focused on communication.  It is about finding your truth and expressing it.  This is no easy task.  It requires an honest look at yourself and the courage and integrity to stand up for what you truly believe.  While this depth of personal clarity is highly admirable, care must be taken to allow for other viewpoints to exist.  This highly creative area of our personalities brings forth the artist within.  Dancing, singing, acting, painting, writing, etc. are forms of creative self expression.  The guiding principle of this chakra is truth.  It is the defining element in what makes art such a powerful form of communication.




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