Boho Edgy Labradorite Necklace MDJEW048

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"Boho Edgy" Asymmetrical Labradorite Necklace
925 Sterling Silver
Measures Approximately:Focal piece stone 1 3/8" X  1/2" wide 
Metal is 1 3/4" x 7/8" wide to 2" long with both metal and lab together as center piece  
The chain hangs approximately 18"

Oh boy.  This is definitely a necklace that Amy purchased in Tucson because she is our higher end, artist piece buyer.  I'm calling it "Boho Edgy" because it has both fluid, carefree, and whimsical elements with hard geometric lines at the focal piece.  I have no idea who the designer is who made it, which is a shame, but it is super different and unusual.  I wasn't with Amy when she purchased it and I think the artist may have been someone new.  I'll try to find out who it is and update the post in the future. 

The metalwork is really the star in this piece.  The silver is oxidized and texturized and the design is unabashedly an ~in your face~ kind of adornment.  The chain is super interesting too.  There is a faceted moonstone accent on it that is hiding in plain sight.  I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I see this on a very unique woman who likely has tattoos right up to her ears and is in full control of her world... while also being a bit of a delightful hot mess.  You know what I mean?  This necklace isn't just a piece of jewelry, it is someone's Spirit Animal.  

Labradorite is a mixture of two chemically related but slightly different feldspars. Albite contains sodium and anorthite contains calcium. Alternating layers of albite and anorthite start to develop as labradorite cools.  Light can reflect off and between them, producing an iridescent play of color known as schiller (Old High German scilihen “to wink’).  The name comes from the Labrador Peninsula in eastern Canada. Labradorite was first documented there scientifically by Moravian missionaries in the last 18th century.

Labradorite is one of the most useful stones to work with as it is fabulous for energy cleansing, auric field strengthening, and support for flashes of insight, intuition, and brilliance/creativity.

To read more about the metaphysical properties of labradorite, you can click here.

About Enter the Earth's Retail Jewelry Line

We go to Tucson every year to buy a majority of the jewelry we have in our store in downtown Asheville, North Carolina.  It's a crazy, fun task, as you can imagine.  Amy and I usually divide and conquer Tucson.  She goes straight for the funky and unusual, the sophisiticated and artistic. She doesn't look at the price too much when she finds something that moves her aesthetic, but sometimes fabulous just costs what it costs.  She finds the single artists who aren't cranking out volume, but who are creating things that are different.  I'm not sure if you understand how hard it is to find something truly different in the jewelry world, but that is Amy's task in Tuscon (and other shows) and she does it exceedingly well.    

Since I'm one of the store managers, my job is to get jewelry that is made well, beautiful, and "stone centric".  I find the every day beautiful pieces that most people can afford.  I'm also a crystal/energy worker, so I'm usually scouting out pieces that are pretty AND energetically supportive.  Juicy, helpful pieces.  You know what I mean?  I rarely select overtly metaphysical designs, but I pluck up the pieces that can manage to give me a good buzz in the chaotic, loud energy space that is the Tucson Gem Show. 

When my eyes go numb with over stimulation--and yes, it is possible to see too many shiny things in a day--I will often resort to scanning for the right piece with my hands.  It's kinda like dowsing without a pendulum.  I've been a crystal worker since my late 20's and I'm in my early 50's now, so it's been a hot minute that I've been kanoodling with the mineral kingdom.  If you don't know what might be helpful and are looking for a piece of jewelry that would be supportive to you, I'm definitely happy to help.  

Since 2020 is literally the weirdest year ever, we are going to be spending more time sharing the retail jewelry collection here on the website instead of letting it languish in a store with a fraction of our normal foot traffic.  This year is changing so many things!  So, stay tuned!  More jewelry is coming! 

If you don't see a piece you love in the stone you want, please contact us and we will see what we have at the physical store in downtown Asheville for you.  Renee' Kawar, the owner's mother, takes care of our distant rock/jewelry shoppers, so if you are looking for specific jewelry that you don't see on the website, we will do our best to look through the store backstock to see what we have.  Just email and describe what you are seeking, and your price range, and we will get you photos or quick video clips of what we have!  If you need a metaphysical consult for what stone might be helpful to wear with whatever situation you got going on, you can email me at  Since we are dividing our time between the retail store and the website these days, please be patient if it takes us a business day or two to get back to you.   We have certain days set aside to do website tasks and the other days we are in the physical store.