Tanzan Aura Quartz Necklace With Deep Blue Labradorite
Flashy blue magical labradorite pendant with violet lavender/indigo blue ray color tanzanite aura quartz crystal point. This pendant is set in polymer clay and comes with a leather cord nicely packed in a pretty gift box.
- The pendant is approx. 7 cm (3" inch) long and 4 cm ( 1.5 " inch) wide, 1 cm (0.5" inch) thick. The leather cord is approx. 18 inch/22 long (45.72 cm)
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TANZINE AURA QUARTZ
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Also known as Tanzan Aura Quartz, Tanzanite Aura Quartz, or Celestial Aura Quartz.
Tanzine Aura is used to contact angels and spirit guides and to enhance inter-dimensional travel. Emotionally it is a stone used for overcoming boredom and reclaiming passion. It is a stone that is used in crystal healing at a Earth level for manifestation
Use at the 5th Chakra (Throat Chakra) or at the 6th Chakra (Third Eye Chakra/Brow Chakra) to connect with beings from the angelic realm, to facilitate astral travel, for dream healing work, to ease feelings of grief, to aid in connecting with those on the other side, and to enhance intuitive guidance and the gift of foresight.
Tanzine or Tanzan Aura Quartz is created by bonding a clear natural Quartz crystal with a precious metal infusion of pure Gold, Indium and Nobium - resulting in an immensely powerful protection combination which fuses the Blue and Violet Rays into an iridescent display of Light.
In a secret process which is part alchemy and part science, the three unique substances of Quartz Crystal, pure Gold and Indium are commingled in a permanent way, resulting in the deep Indigo Blue/Violet iridescent rainbow coloring of Tanzine Aura.
Tanzine is similar to Aqua Aura Quartz but has the addition of the rare element Indium and displays more of the Violet/Indigo Blue Ray color spectrum.
Attuned to the transmutational violet flame, it opens and aligns the soul star and highest crown chakras and draws cosmic energy into the physical body and to earth. Tanzine Aura Quartz takes you into a centered state of "no mind" that enhances sensual enjoyment of the world.
Emotionally, Tanzine Aura Quartz provides deep spiritual comfort, dissolving emotional blockages and replacing these with unconditional love and the sense of being part of a greater soul group, supporting each other in learning from life's challenges.
Any surface finish on metals has a tendency to wear off. Especially very dark oxidation on smooth surfaces will wear off faster.Jewelry has to be handled with care and is not indestructible. It should be taken off during heavy physical work, showering, dish washing and swimming.
Exposure to chemicals (e.g. chlorine, soap, skincare products) should be avoided. Metal and gemstones can also change color due to skin contact, chemicals and cosmetics. This is a normal process and no flaw.
Bronze/ Copper: these metals may discolor the skin green. It does not apply to everybody but please be aware that this might happen.
CARE OF SILVER/STERLING JEWELRY
Fine Silver and Sterling Silver is a popular material for jewelry for its versatility and beauty. Over time, the metal can tarnish or corrode. It is important to properly care for Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver jewelry to keep it looking as beautiful as the first day you received it. Proper care includes being conscious of how you store, wear, and clean your jewelry.
WHAT CAUSES TARNISHING
Tarnishing, also known as oxidation, is caused when oxygen or sulfur comes in contact with sterling silver. It gives it a darker color. Sterling Silver comes in different levels of purity (i.e. 0.95 or 0.925, 0.950, 0.960), Fine Silver comes with a purity level of .999 FS and higher purity silver will tarnish more quickly. Sometimes, sterling silver/ fine silver is intentionally oxidized to create depth and certain details on a piece of jewelry.
STORING Fine Silver/ STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
Oxygen in the air will tarnish Sterling Silver, so properly storing your jewelry will help minimize that oxidation. Here are some storage tips:
- Store individual pieces separately.
- Store each piece in an airtight bag.
- Place in an area with low humidity.
- Keep clasps/closures unhooked.
- Place a packet of silica or piece of chalk in the storage bag.
WEARING Fine Silver/ STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
Wearing your Fine Silver/Sterling Silver jewelry regularly can actually help prevent tarnishing since the oils from your body have a cleaning effect. However, some activities can accelerate tarnishing or even cause corrosion.
You should remove your Fine Silver/Sterling Silver jewelry before doing any of the following:
- Using household cleaning supplies.
- Cooking with mustard, onions, eggs, or any other foods that contain sulfer.
- Spraying Hairspray
- Putting on Lotion and Makeup
CARING FOR STERLING SILVER
Polishing Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver is typically the best way to clean your Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver jewelry. Be sure to do the following:
- Use a special non-abrasive cloth to avoid scratching.
- Frequently rotate to a new section of the cloth.
- Avoid areas that are intentionally oxidized.
- Do not rub in a circular pattern, follow the grain of the silver.
- Avoid rubbing too hard on engraved sections.
If you have severe tarnishing or antique pieces that need extra care, considering sending your Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver jewelry to a professional for cleaning. Beware of commercial cleaning solutions as many present a health hazard or may damage your jewelry.
SUMMARY OF PROPER CARE FOR Fine Silver/ STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
To properly care for Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver jewelry, give a little extra thought to how you store, wear, and polish it. Store your jewelry in a dry and air-tight place, separating each individual piece. Wear your jewelry often, but be sure to remove it when working with certain chemicals or foods that contain sulfur. As a rule of thumb, it’s always best to put on your jewelry last when getting dressed. Polishing your jewelry before it becomes too tarnished will minimize the amount of work needed, but be sure to use the right type of cloth and stroke pattern. All of this will help keep your Fine Silver/ Sterling Silver jewelry looking brilliant for years to come.
Reactions to fine silver/ sterling silver
Some people may experience a blackening of the skin while wearing sterling silver jewelry. This may be caused by highly acidic perspiration or contact with other chemical agents like perfume, makeup, hairspray or cleaning products. Since sterling silver may be alloyed with copper some people may also experience a green staining of the skin. While rare, some people may have an allergic reaction to one of the metals alloyed with silver, usually appearing as a reddening of the skin or itching. None of these conditions are to be taken as an indication of the quality of the fine silver/sterling silver. If you allergic you might talk to your doctor first.
General Care Of Jewelry :
Keep your jewelry in a clean, dry place such as a fabric-lined jewelry box or wrapped in a soft piece of cloth. Store pieces individually so they do not scratch one another and keep away from direct exposure to sunlight and air.
Avoid bringing jewelry into contact with perfume, hairspray or harsh chemicals such as bleach or chlorine. It is best to put jewelry on last while getting dressed and to remove while washing hands, performing housework, swimming, or engaging in other strenuous activity. It's not recommended to wear your gemstone jewelry around heat (stoves, ovens, saunas, etc) as it can permanently damage your gemstones.
Over time, silver, and to a lesser extent, gold, will tarnish with exposure to air, chemicals, and oils in the skin. Pieces are best cleaned using a soft cotton cloth or felt with mild, non-abrasive soap and warm water. Be very careful not to dislodge any stones or wires. Rinse pieces thoroughly and allow to air dry completely before storing. For best results, clean pieces periodically and handle with care.
Over time matte jewelry burnishes with wear. It can be re-matted by rubbing with a paste of baking soda and water, or gently brushing with a green 3M scrub pad. Blackened silver gradually fades with wear. While many people appreciate the unique patina, I can re-oxidize your piece for the cost of shipping.
Note: Do not use tissue paper or paper towel for cleaning, as their fibers can result in scratching. Do not use commercial cleaners on your jewelry. Use soap and water and a soft cloth.
Please note, however, that my handmade pendants/jewelry are not indestructible and are delicate. You can wear it freely. Please keep in mind that some Pendants from the Collection "Natural Crystal Gemstone Necklaces" are made of durable polymer clay still can break when not handled with care.
- My crystal pendant jewelry is not suitable for persons under age of 18.
- Please do not drop jewelry/pendant on concrete floor, tiles etc., also crystals and polymer clay can break when dropped/hit on hard surfaces and/or bang around.
- Please don't swim or shower with your jewelry. A little bit water from time to time won't harm your jewelry, but avoid permanent exposure to water as it will damage your pendant.
- Please, keep away from direct perfume, chemicals, such as skin care products, body lotions, oils, cosmetics, hairspray, deodorant, Water/ Salt water, chlorine, (swimming pool, hot tubs, ocean, lakes, rivers etc.), house cleaning supplies or any abrasives, such as chemicals or toothpaste.
- Also remove your jewelry before going to sleep, to exercise or performing household chores.
- Gemstones and crystals are as amazing beautiful but they can also be very fragile. Therefore careful and gentle handling/storage may be necessary. Do not throw jewelry into a drawer or pile with other jewelry or things that can damage it. Be careful with sweaters and other woven clothing items that could snag.
- Many crystals change their color or bleach out when exposed to direct sunlight for extended period. Avoid exposing crystals/gemstones to sunlight.
Jewelry should be the last thing we put on and the first we take off when dressing.