This moonstone pendant is elegant and versatile. Wear it by itself or as a layering piece. Adjustable, long and short (see photos).
Details - 34-inch antique gold color chain - teardrop and rectangular moonstone pendant - brass round beads - lobster clasp - hematite beads
Collection The Lucky U collection takes its inspiration from a time-honored, legendary symbol of good luck, not to mention an indispensable accessory to one of our most beloved companions. The horseshoe. Famed more for its form than its function, the iron it's forged from is said to ward off evil. And its shape, the arc represents the vault of Heavens. Mix and match them, layer them, or let them shine all alone. They're perfect for everyday, a dinner party with friends or packing a bag to skip town. Here's to those who make their own luck. Happy trails however you wear it.
Stone In the myths of the northern people, Labradorite is thought to have fallen from the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights). Eskimos believed that the Northern Lights were once trapped in the rocks off the coast of Labrador, but were set free into the air by one of their ancestors who broke one of the rocks with his spear - some of the lights, however, remained trapped in the stone which we now call Labradorite.