- Lavender lepidolite, Peruvian pyrite, and Brazilian kyanite necklace
- Prong set, hand fabricated from brass with vintage chain
- Chain measures 22" in length with lobster clasp closure; pendant is approximately 3 1/2" across
- Due to the aberrant nature of minerals, each piece of gem/mineral is unique
- Due to the nature of vintage materials, slight variations in tone and color may occur
- Made by hand in Theresa Cowan's Chicago studio
More about the stones:
Lepidolite is a lilac-gray colored member of the mica group, occurring in granite pegmatites, quartz, and granites.
Pyrite is a mineral that is an iron sulfide, more commonly known as fool’s gold. It is mostly found in coal mines. Name is derived from Greek: purites, meaning ‘of fire.’
Kyanite is a silicate mineral commonly found in sedimentary rock. The name derives from the Greek word 'kunos,' meaning 'deep blue.' Geodes are geological secondary sedimentary structures which occur in certain volcanic rocks.