Fire Energy Briolette Necklace

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This beautiful necklace is handmade from fire shades of Ethiopian opals, carnelian, tourmaline and moonstone. It is centred by 3 hand cut faceted briolettes and stars. This gorgeous necklace has a 24kt gold vermeil heart toggle clasp and you can choose your preferred length and add tiny cz letters in the options.

Layer up with our other Precious Elements necklaces - worn here with pink opal single strand necklace.

Check our store front for other necklaces, bracelets and earrings in these warm fire shades - the most beautiful glowing, warm oranges. Roman Brides wore a veil of flame orange in honour of the Goddess Vesta - who looked after both marriage and fire. She also looked after the limen - the threshold - which is the origin of why brides have been traditionally carried over the threshold. It was believed that if a bride tripped she would upset Vesta. Easier to be carried over to avoid the possibility. So let's carry ourselves over the threshold of the autumn towards winter keep the home fires burning - keep your love alive - keep your faith aflame in order to see forward into the future!

The fire orange shades of these sustainably sourced hand cut stones can help support the sacral chakra. The Orange Sacral Chakra with its citrus edge is full of pleasure, joy and spontaneity. It helps you identify your true creativity and talent.

Free Delivery in the UK.

To find your size either measure a necklace you wear regularly that is your desired length or put a piece of ribbon or string around neck at that length and mark at join.  Lay flat and then measure length.

All pieces handmade to order, so please understand that we cannot accept returns.

However if something is not quite as you imagined, or does not fit, please let us know and we will be happy to alter. There will be a charge of £15 per alteration towards time involved, plus postage.

All our jewellery is ethically handmade at CLARKE PALMER in UK. Our packaging is sustainable and recyclable.