Kunzite Crystal Talisman

Kunzite Crystal Talisman


A raw, naturally terminated kunzite crystal capped with fine silver.  The delicate pendant is 1 1/4” long by 1/2” wide by 1/2” deep, on a 20” 2mm diamond cut sterling bead chain with my custom forged hook and link bead chain closure.

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These capped crystals are a perfect expression of the vision and intentions I have set for my Talismans.  Even better I am finding them enormously comforting.   I am very careful selecting crystals from my vendors ... when choosing crystals, first I look around and see where my gaze lands.  Then I hover my hand back and forth over the stones until I feel a tingling in my hand, using my intuition and staying hyper aware of ones that I am drawn to pick up, ones that "feel" good in my hand and held to my heart.  Gemstone crystal specimens (ruby, tourmaline, aquamarine) are mostly sourced online, but selections are always guided by my intuition. In this way, each crystal is chosen, maybe not always the most pristine specimens, but always the ones that call to my heart.  I am not anywhere close to being an expert in the properties associated with crystals, but lately I have found great inspiration and insight in Crystal Muse, by Heather Askinosie and Timmi Jandro.

I cap the crystals with fine silver, ruggedly textured with treasures collected from the desert, the sea and the deep forest, along with symbols such as spirals, hearts and arrows and lotus flowers … layers of textures and symbols, grounding and deepening the power of the crystals.

I have had my eye on pale pink Kunzite crystals for a while, but they are usually very small and very expensive. I felt very fortunate to connect with this lovely naturally terminated specimen. It seems to have an angelic presence, soft and nurturing. Feeling that warm embrace, I chose the blessing, “Divine light and love flows through me” … written on a swatch of Lithuanian linen, wrapped with waxed linen, tucked within are two seeds, representing growth and more specifically, a mustard seed for faith and a fenugreek seed to honor my grandfather, a deeply spiritual and highly inspirational figure in my life.