Deschutes Jasper, Citrine, Sterling Silver Butterfly Pendant, pdsh2577
Deschutes Jasper, Citrine and Sterling Silver Butterfly Pendant, 36.29mm x 37.7mm. This is a one of a kind (ooak) art piece, jewelry that makes a fashion statement. I personally hand forged the Sterling silver butterfly metalwork to take advantage of the beauty of these stones. I've hired a model so you can see how the pendant will look on you. Blue, my model, promises not to leave any trace of humanity on the jewelry :0)
Metaphysical significance: Descutes Jasper is a Seeker Transformer Stone. Seeker Transformers are talismans used when the desire is to find a way to transform a part of ones life to a more desirable state.
Deschutes jasper, from Oregon, long time favorite in the celebrated family of porcelain jaspers, this classic old material has become quite collectible and rare these days. Cabochon feature striking patterns in rich earthy tones in creamy tans and chocolate browns, they can even have a touch of blue gray. This jasper comes from a deposit a little east of Biggs Junction Oregon near the Deschutes River.
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Thank you Quentin - they are perfectly adorable earrings! Fast shipping and well presented. I hope to come and shop again! - Lise
The cabs are all beautiful! Your shipping was fast, and the package was well wrapped. I very much appreciated the included invoice and business cards with a description of each type of stone on the back! Very nice of you to do that - so many vendors don't even include an invoice or mark the type of stone on the baggie. I wind up with mystery stones after awhile :( I'll try to remember to send you photos!
Thank you Quentin!