The curious vails and potions inspired me to create The Fire within necklace! The skull bottle features a gleaming Labradorite and is adorned with a dagger charm.
“The Inuit people say that Labradorite was an ordinary-seeming stone until it was struck open by a mighty warrior. Suddenly, Labradorite’s matrix was revealed: inside the ordinary was dancing fire. The lights leaped from the stone into sky, becoming aurora borealis. Labradorite reminds you that you are bit the ordinary-seeming stone and the mighty warrior.”
Maia Toll, Crystallary
This pendant comes on a 45 cm/ 18″ satellite chain.
Boticario de Maravillas
Whenever I think of an old fashioned Apothecary, I imagine myself going through the drawers and shelves of a big wooden cabinet. It is filled with wondrous bottles of tonics, potions and bits of healing magic. I study the contents of the oddly shaped vials while I run my fingers over the handwritten labels. The sound, of me rummaging trough the different glass bottles, opening the heavy drawers and something brewing over there, is soothing my soul.
I hope that will be me one day! In the meantime I decided to create a couple Apothecary inspired pieces with this dream in mind. Each jewel is influenced by the curious items found in the cabinet and tells a subtle story about the featured gemstones.
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14 February 2022