Peridot, Pyrite and Citrine Pendant

Peridot, Pyrite and Citrine Pendant

Sale price$180.00 USD
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SKU: 85595
Size:2 1/16" X 11/16"

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  • Artists: Arnold Horowitz
  • Gemstones: Citrine, Peridot, Pyrite
  • Styles: Gemstone Jewelry
  • Categories: Pendants

Pyrite

Pyrite, also called iron pyrite and fool’s gold, is an iron sulfide mineral. Its name “pyrite” comes from Greek, meaning “stone which strikes fire”, referring to its ability to create sparks when struck with steel. It is considered to be a protective, shielding stone, protecting both a person’s home and worn as an amulet against harm. Pyrite specifically is thought to protect the wearer from harsh criticism, manipulation and the control of others. This stone is said to inspire creativity, academic pursuits and self expression, giving you the courage and wisdom to purse your goals.

Peridot

Peridot is known as a stone of compassion; it calms anger and feelings of jealousy, aids in balancing the emotions, and encourages delight and cheer. Peridot is also thought to inspire creativity and eloquence, and acts as a good luck talisman, attracting wealth. August Birthstone

Citrine

Citrine is a type of quartz, ranging in color from yellows, to browns depending on its ferric content. The name is derived from the Latin word, “citrina” meaning yellow, and became popular as far back as 300 BC by Hellenistic Greeks. It is known as the “merchant’s stone” or the “success stone”, as it is said to attract prosperity, wealth and success, especially in business. Citrine is a bright and energetic stone, which imparts joy, wonder and enthusiasm, helping to raise confidence and motivation.

Arnold Horowitz

Born in Houston, Texas, influenced by his Dutch mother, Arnold Horowitz showed an intense interest in stones as a youngster. His passion for stones established himself as a name in the custom-handmade jewelry business. Arnold’s wife Meenakshi Soni Horowitz, an art student from N.Delhi, now leads the designing team. Their unique designs of SOLOS seeks to combine natural stones, fossils and crystalline minerals, with faceted and cabochon stones, so that each piece is not just a piece of jewelry but is an interesting story of collectable gemstones.

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