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Saal Necklace

$160.00

“Saal” is the Yucatec word for “Light”. Based on the “Jarahel” the Mayan God of the Skys, the deep blue with gold flecks of the crystal represents the stars in the night sky.

The character for this necklace is the Oracle. The intention for this ring is Knowledge.

  • Limited edition – only 7 pieces exist in the world
  • Multi functional, can be worn as a necklace or a bracelet
  • Fair trade item handmade in Mykonos
  • Raw, handcut, Lapiz Lazuli crystal from Afghanistan
  • Handcut haematite beads and copper fastener
  • Available in two colours of rope

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Saal

“Saal” is the Yucatec word for “Light”

The character for this necklace is the Oracle. The intention for this ring is Knowledge.

Mysticism

Traditionally used by healers and royalty for power, especially in the Egyptian empire, the lapiz symbolizes wisdom and stimulates intuitive abilities.

A powerful crystal for activating the higher mind and enhancing intellectual abilities, it stimulates the desire for knowledge, truth and aids the process of learning.

The deep celestial blue of the Lapiz Lazuli crystal is the symbol of insight and intuition. It is a universal symbol of wisdom and truth.

Haematite is a grounding stone stimulating concentration and focus, enhancing memory and creative thinking.

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Powers

The character for this necklace is the Oracle. The intention for this ring is Knowledge.

The wearer of this necklace will be granted the power of being able to access deeper levels of intuitive wisdom.

They will be able to maintain a strong connection between the physical and celestial planes birthing new ideas that aid in the evolution of humanity.

Social Impact

Supports women artisans in Canada.

5% of the proceeds are donated to the Syrian humanitarian crisis.

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Weight0.023 kg
Dimensions3 x 3 x 1 cm
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Kāelā, Sanskrit for “Rock”

How to wear

To open, hold the bracelet at its base (not the strands) with both hands and simply pull apart. To close, hold one strand of rope in the palm of the hand wearing the bracelet and tighten by pulling the second strand with the other hand.

Craftsmanship

The traditional craftsmanship techniques used in hand carving each bead result in slight irregularities such as wear patterns and chiseled sections. The minor variations in shape and colour provide the rustic, vintage feel to our collection and make every piece a labour of love and a work of art.

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