Bohemian Rapsody Long Double Wrap Gemstone Necklace with Aquaprase Pendant by Knotted up Jewelry

by KnottedUpJewelry

Lovely gemstones in colors of Brown, coppers, golds and greens are depicted in this long Beaded Double wrap necklace with Aquaprase and sterling pendant.
Stunning one of a kind layering jewelry by Knotted Up

Knotted with double silk this necklace will virtually last forever.

Treat yourself..... to a piece of really exquisite jewelry.

Gorgeous gemstones and Czech crystals adorn this stunning long gemstone hand knotted necklace.
Natural stones of glowing antique jade, smoky quartz, gorgeous Dzi, jasper, bone, African opals, chrysophase, striped agates, amazonite, turquoise, African jasper's, Czech crystals, labordorites and more in this unique one of a kind necklace.

Completely Hand made & Hand knotted.

Necklace measures 54 inches long.
Gorgeous Aquaprase pendant in Sterling silver measures 2+ inches with bale x 1".

Each hand tied necklace is sent with a beautiful silk jewelry bag that opens up to 8 inches with zippers and a lovely tie just for your special jewelry storage or a gorgeous presentation for your very unique gift.
Color choice on silk jewelry bag is my choice. It will be beautiful!

Wear with everything!

This necklace will last forever.

Great alone or layered with your other necklaces for a boho chic vibe.

This listing is for one necklace.

Each necklace is truly unique and one of a kind.
You will love the colors and feel of a hand knotted necklace.
So if your in love, grab your treasure as it will not ever be reproduced.
Each are individually & carefully handmade with semi precious stones on hand at the time.

Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aurora Borealis, an ordinary stone that transforms to the extraordinary, shimmering in a mystical light that separates the waking world from unseen realms. It is, in every sense, a Stone of Magic, a crystal of shamans, diviners, healers, and all who travel and embrace the universe seeking knowledge and guidance. For self-discovery, it is excellent for awakening one's own awareness of inner spirit, intuition and psychic abilities.

Labradorite is also the most powerful protector of the mineral kingdom, creating a shielding force throughout the aura and strengthening natural energies from within. It protects against the negativity and misfortunes of this world, and provides safe exploration into alternate levels of consciousness and in facilitating visionary experiences from the past or the future. [Ahsian, 226]

Two years ago, veteran gem explorer Yianni Melas was doing some work at an African location. Geologists had dismissed the locale, convinced it held only some few stray opals, but when Melas went to a friend’s hut, he saw an interesting specimen on a shelf that looked like he nothing he had ever seen before.

“I knew it was something unusual,” he said. “The stone was in really bad shape, and you could only see a little bit of blue-green inside. But when I put my light to it, it changed color. It went from blue-green to yellow-green. I thought: Where does this come from?

“I couldn’t explain why I thought it was different,” he adds. “It is like a third eye. I have seen thousands of stones and you get that feeling. When I picked up the stone, I had the chills, a funny feeling. That feeling is something you have to follow.”

When he dug a trench in the area, he saw it held a lot of this type of this gem (as well as opal). But nobody knew what the gem was—incuding other gem experts. Some called it a blue-green opal. Most said it chrysoprase. Others dubbed it chrysocolla. He was convinced it was neither.

“I recall my African and Indian partners watching me perform a passionate Greek fit of anger insisting [the lab] was wrong,” he wrote on Instagram. “Chrysoprase [comes from] a Greek word meaning yellow-green. And this gem was a strong blue green…. I said, ‘Listen I’m Greek and [the lab] doesn’t understand Greek naming of gems. We named the damn things. And we would never call a blue-green stone chrysoprase [which means golden-green].”
So for the final word, he sent it to the Gemological Institute of America.

“I heard nothing for three months,” he says. “Then I got a phone call that said we found something incredible. It’s not a chrysoprase. It is not a chrysocolla. It’s a chalcedony that has never been discovered.”

“That is when I started jumping up and down,” Melas says. “It wasn’t just because it was a new gemstone. It took so long for us to get it truly identified. This material had stayed secret for the centuries. It was like, it wanted to be discovered but stayed elusive.”

The GIA’s report dubbed it a “bluish-green chalcedony” and concluded that it was “a new and welcome addition to the gem trade.” It was so new, in fact, it didn’t have a name. Melas settled on “aquaprase”—aqua for the blue sea, which the stone evokes; prase for the green.

GIA did a lot of testing to make sure the gem was not treated or chemically altered in any way.
Our industry needs a breath of fresh air. It needs something that is completely made by God.”

“When I first showed it to the gem dealers, they said, What are we going to do with the material with matrix [parts of the surrounding rock]?” he says. “But there is a market for turquoise with matrix. The color of aquaprase is like a more transparent turquoise. And, in fact, when I gave my friends a choice between the clean material, which is absolutely gemmy, and stuff with the matrix, they chose the stuff with the matrix. They felt it had more character. It looked more natural.
The matching matrix actually adds to the beauty. Everything today is dyed and homogoneous. But people know immediately this material is natural because each piece is unique. Every piece is unusual.”
“This gem is almost like a savior,” he adds. “It is coming at a time when the industry needs some romance.

Jasper: Known as the ‘Stone of Evolution’, it brings encouragement for growth, development and positive change within life itself.

African jasper opens the mind to new ideas, new possibilities and new existence. It is a stone that brings structure, balance and prosperity where it is due.

A stone that awakens old DNA patterns to improve the new. African Jasper is a stone that hands over a key to new life with its offerings.

This is a stone that awakens the soul to its intended purpose, encouraging the being to make positive impression while gaining and giving positive wisdom.

African Turquoise incorporates positive change where it is needed, it encourages the being to use the gift of knowledge already left by others over time to help this change become a part of the past, the present and of the future - of the All.

A stone that can be charged or imprinted with wisdom and code. It will hold this for the intended time or for the intended soul for as long as is needed. It is a stone of sworn secrecy and sworn protection, and for this reason, can be used as an amulet, talisman or marker.

African Turquoise can help to tame the “wild” soul, it helps the being to find and determine a suitable path for the present time until a clearer state of mind, body and spirit develops.

This stone aids healing from depression, it helps one climb out of “black holes” while allowing space for thought on new steps to take to develop a better, more positive outlook on life.

“Developing and improving oneself, is helping in the developing and improving of All”.

African Turquoise resonates especially well with the Third eye energy center. It helps stimulate, strengthen and clear this center while allowing for growth.

A stone to help ease mood swings, encourage acceptance and soothe feelings of emotional aggravation.

African Turquoise stone brings sparkle to the spirit, it brings a charge of energy, a gateway to new life, new existence. It brings forth realization that it is the being who furthers life, who furthers creation and manifestation, who helps to further evolution.

Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence. The stone, usually gray-green, dark gray, black or grayish-white, is composed in aggregate layers that refract light as iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red. The predominant blue varies within the light, displaying hues from deepest blue to various shades of pale, almost blue-green.

Chrysoprase is a delightful stone of the green ray. It has metaphysical properties for healing as well as being a stone to attract new love, abundance and prosperity.

It promotes joy and happiness and brings through the vibration of Divine Truth, while helping to heal the heart of the energy of depression and anxiety.
It is a variety of chalcedony, which is a type of quartz, and is one of the more valuable stones of this group.

This green crystal promotes feelings of love and of forgiveness, and helps to release ego based negativity associated with co-dependent relationships.

This stone will empower you to understand more deeply, the concepts around Divine Truth, as you center yourself within your heart.

Like waters deep and ancient, Amazonite beckons in captivating shades of turquoise-green, promising to soothe the spirit and calm the soul. Its energy is as powerful as the river for which it is named, and as bold as the legendary women warriors with whom it is connected, yet it tempers aggression, tames the irrational, and stills the disquiet. It provides harmony and balance.

Called the Stone of Courage and the Stone of Truth, Amazonite empowers one to search the self and discover one’s own truths and integrity, and to move beyond fear of judgment or confrontation with others to live in alignment with those beliefs and values. It provides the freedom to express one’s thoughts and feelings, and to set strong and clear boundaries, both internally as self-discipline, and externally on what one is willing to experience or in defining personal space.

In the realm of dark stones, Smoky Quartz offers a rare and beautiful transparency that draws light into shades of black and brown. With crystals as pale and surreal as a wisp of smoke, as dark and clear as midnight waters, or as warm and rich as a cognac by the fire, this mineral honors its connection with Mother Earth. It is a talisman of the Root Chakra, an anchor in the natural world, drawing white light energy from the Crown down through the body to be deeply rooted into the physical plane. It initiates movement of primal forces within the body and activates one’s survival instincts in a purified way. It brings strength and stability, and a sense of personal pride in walking the Earth and inhabiting a human form. [Raphael, 90][Melody, 607][Lembo, 288]

Smoky Quartz was known as a Stone of Power. To the ancient Druids, it was sacred and signified the potent dark power of Earth gods and goddesses. In other cultures it guided souls to the afterlife, served in shamanistic rituals and tribal ceremonies, and was utilized in magic and scrying to connect with spirits of the lower worlds. Smoky Quartz’s phenomenal power, then and now, lies in its ability to protect and ground one physically and spiritually to this world, and to absorb and transmute significant amounts of negative energy and release it into the Earth to be neutralized naturally. It provides a vital shield against psychic attack, emotional and environmental stress, and is used extensively in healing and meditation.

Dzi (pronounced Zee) is a Tibetan word used to describe a patterned, usually agate, of mainly oblong, round, cylindrical or tabular shape pierced lengthwise called Heaven's Bead (tian zhu) in Chinese.

The meaning of the Tibetan word "Dzi" translates to "shine, brightness, clearness, splendour". The beads originate in the Tibetan cultural sphere and can command high prices and are difficult to come by. They are found primarily in Tibet, but also in neighbouring Bhutan, Ladakh and Sikkim. Shepherds and farmers pick them up in the grasslands or while cultivating fields. Because dZi are found in the earth, Tibetans cannot conceive of them as man-made. Since knowledge of the bead is derived from oral traditions, few beads have provoked more controversy concerning their source, method of manufacture and even precise definition. This all contributes to making them the most sought after and collectable beads on earth.

Dzi stones are said to do a number of things. Some protect its wearer from negative energies or accidents, some attract wealth or wisdom, while others might bring you love and happiness.

Agate is the name given to numerous varieties of banded Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. Its name comes from the Achetes River in Sicily, where Agates were first found. Usually banded in layers, or stripes, some varieties have "eye" markings, or specks of color, some have fossilized inclusions, and others are solid. Called the earth rainbow, the concentric bands of Agate form in nearly every color the earth can produce.

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