The Magical Dragon Hand Sculptured Solid Copper Pendant with Blue Labradorite

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The Dragon is often seen as the guardian of a treasure. The treasure symbolizes you. The dragon is also a symbol of power, strength, and good luck 

This beautifully hand sculptured, carved, forged and kiln fired solid copper talisman pendant with a sleeping dragon cuddled up around a magical mystical blue shimmering labradorite gemstone.

This Pendant is made of pure high-quality copper. The pendant has a natural oxidation patina to create the effect of an antique treasure. The copper chain has two black lava beads and handcrafted copper finding elements. This is truly a one of a kind statement necklace for “the mother of dragons” and it will be the perfect addition to your collection and a very special gift for someone special.

This dragon necklace comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

Measurements approx.:

  • Pendant/Necklace total weight 56.8 grams/ 281 carat
  • Stone: blue Labradorite round, 20 mm
  • Pendant Size: length: 5 cm (2” inch), width: 5 cm (2” inch)
  • Necklace: 16” inch (40 cm) bronze/copper chain with a extension to 20” inches (49 cm)
  • Clasp: lobster clasp
  • carries the CosmicDeva brand hallmark.
  • Comes with a anti tarnish-strip and a giftbox. Treat yourself or a loved one with the extraordinary! 

CosmicDeva's jewelry is hand crafted with great care in her studio in the USA.

Jewelry Designs and Artwork are protected by both Copyright and Intellectual Property © 2019 CosmicDeva

 

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THE DRAGON

The Anglo-Saxon word “dragon” is derived from the Greek word meaning “to see clearly”. They believed dragons had the gift of vision, wisdom, and prophecy. Dragons were considered the guardians of all knowledge and wisdom.

Dragon symbolism plays heavily in the legends of the Celts where it is associated with all four elements and cardinal directions. To the Druids, Dragons represented vitality, the psychic self, ancient wisdom and the power of creation itself. Stories of Dragons protecting the secret and sacred entryways to other realms are common in Celtic and Druid folklore.

In the art of Feng Shui, Dragon represents fortune, authority, growth, luck and development.

In Europe these formidable Beings symbolize the ability to rise over circumstance and see things clearly.

 

LABRADORITE

Labradorite meaning is deeply rooted in the labradorite stone's use as a "Stone of Magic." This iridescent mineral rock has been greatly valued by diviners, healers and shamans throughout the ages. The vivid labradorescence revealed beneath the gray or black labradorite surface represents deeper, hidden realms beneath the everyday world. These "seen" and "unseen" elements define the root of labradorite meaning.

Storing Bronze and Copper Jewelry

When taking off your copper jewelry after wearing it, wipe the pieces clean with a soft cloth before storing them. This should be done to remove any traces of oils from your skin as they may speed up the tarnishing of copper.

Since the tarnishing process is facilitated by the oxygen in the air, it is advisable to keep your bronze jewelry in a plastic bag to slow down the formation of patina. You can also put an anti-tarnish strip in the bag.

Make sure you wipe your copper jewelry dry before storing it: Leaving it to dry in contact with the air makes it easier for patina to form.

Copper will tarnish with time. The tarnish is a greenish layer of copper oxide formed when copper comes into contact with oxygen and is called patina.