Northern Lights, no 2

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Northern Lights, no 2

158.00

Lovely labradorite with incredible color! "According to an Eskimo legend, the Northern Lights were once imprisoned in the rocks along the Labrador coast, until one day an Eskimo warrior found them and freed most of the lights with a blow from his spear. Not all the lights could be freed from the stone however and for that reason we have today what is known as labradorite."

I set this piece in a hand built bezel with an open back. My signature path setting guides the chain around the bezel with seven carefully placed bails. Stone is set askew adding interest to the piece. Length is 17", stone measures 1" x 5/8". 

The piece is finished with a hand worked patina. 

All pieces can be adjusted (within 3") at no additional cost to the buyer.

Please make a note of changes at checkout.

All pieces are made in my home studio using sterling silver and natural stones. Every piece is shipped with a gift box.

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