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Raw Rutile in Hematite Pendant Necklace


Regular price $106.00

This is a unique raw Hematite and Rutile pendant necklace crafted with a one-of-a-kind Rutile in Hematite specimen and set in .925 sterling silver. So hard to find exposed Ruitle in jewelry form. The beautiful sunshine halo that surrounds the stone gives this a special, radiant look and protects the stone by keeping it more stabilized. Perfect for those who prefer the energy of raw crystals. 

You will receive the exact pendant shown and your choice of chain if desired. The stone is sourced from Brazil.

Raw Hematite and Rutile in Sterling Silver
Pendant Size: 36mm x 29mm x 7mm
Ships within 2 business days
Chains are .925 Sterling Silver, Englongated Rolo style with Lobster Clasp. Available in 16in, 18in and 20in

Rutile is an ore of Titanium Oxide. You might be familiar with Titanium Oxide pigments in the form of bright white paint. Rutile can vary greatly in color, from brilliant gold to coppery red to jet black. When higher amounts of Iron Oxide are present, the color will be more golden and is often sought as use for gemstones or decorative pieces. Rutile's unique beauty is unmatched, as it forms in unique sprays that seem to float, suspended within another crystal or stone.

Rutile crystals are like little antennas to pick up on the energies of the universe. It sparks a sense of wonderment and makes the everyday moments seem a little more enchanted. Its warm light is comforting in a way; Rutile is often used as a soothing stone before bedtime or to restore a sense of serenity upon returning home after a long day. While incredibly energetic and active, it is also calm and elegant.

A stone of artistic inspiration, imagination, creativity and wealth, this silvery black stone has had metaphysical and practical uses throughout history. Cave paintings, known as "pictographs," dating back to 40,000 years ago were created with Hematite pigments. During the Renaissance when many painters began using oils and canvas, hematite was one of the most important pigments. Hematite color was opaque and permanent. Hematite is a grounding stone, deeply connected to the Earth's primordial energies and ancient knowledge.


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