"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker
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"Cosmopolitan" Tiger's eye Amethyst Morganite Moonstone Sunstone Cooper Hand Wired Choker

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Material
Tiger's eye, amethyst, morganite, moonstone, sunstone, & cooper

Designer's Note
It's a lot of colors, shapes and sizes, but it's not a chaos. It's like a firework without the noisiness. This choker is just happier than other chokers. 

About the Stone
  • Tiger's eye
Tiger's eye (also called tiger eye) is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock that is a golden to red-brown colour, with a silky luster. It is a stone that enhances good luck, and brings prosperity, often in the form of money. Tiger's eye is also a very protective stone which is especially protective during travel. (Via Wikipedia & Crystal Meanings)
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  • Amethyst
The name comes from the ancient Greek ἀ a- ("not") and μέθυστοςméthystos ("intoxicated"), a reference to the belief that the stone protected its owner from drunkenness. Amethyst is the traditional birthstone for February. (Via Wikipedia) One of Queen Silvia of Sweden’s tiaras is set with amethysts that were originally owned by the French Empress Josephine.
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  • Morganite
The pink form of beryl was named morganite, after the American banker and collector J.P. Morgan. A soft pink to violet, morganite belongs to the same family as emerald and aquamarine. Wearing Morganite, especially in gem form, evokes a sense of peace, joy and inner strength; worn for extended periods of time, it encourages a growth of confidence and power that comes from a constant awareness of the connection to Divine love. (Via Crystal vaults)
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  • Moonstone
Its name is derived from a visual effect, or sheen. Both the Romans and Greeks associated Moonstone with their lunar deities. In more recent history, the moonstone became popular during the Art Nouveau period. (Via Wikipedia)
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  • Sunstone
Sunstone’s phenomenal varieties show a distinct and lively glitter called aventurescence. Aventurescence is a sparkly, metallic-looking luster caused by flat, reflective inclusions, sometimes called “schiller” by sunstone fanciers. Sunstone is a member of the feldspar group. Other feldspar group gems include moonstone, labradorite and amazonite. Sunstone is a powerful stone used in crystal energy work for dispelling fears and phobias of all kinds. (Via GIA & Crystal Meanings)
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