Pale-yellow to light-amber coloured citrine chips and 6mm gold sheen obsidian beads separated by trios of sparkly Swarovski crystals in "topaz" and "light topaz" coloured bicones.
"Gold sheen" or "golden" obsidian has a beautiful and subtle shimmer of gold over black, and pairs well with the lemon and orange hues.
The necklace graduates to smaller round beads of pale orange carnelian and gunmetal hematite.
The piece is finished with a gold filled trigger clasp.
This necklace measures approximately 17.5 inches (45cm).
Presented in a small organza bag.
Citrine was popular in 17th century Scotland to decorate the handles of daggers and swords, perhaps because citrine was believed to to radiate positive energy and bring success.
Citrine and topaz are the traditional birthstones for November and Scorpio, while obsidian appears on the alternative birthstone list.
Citrine is also considered the stone for a 13th wedding anniversary.
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