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Glimmers of Hope: Geometric Citrine with Moonstone, Pakimer, Garnet, and Labradorite Copper Pendant

Regular price $211.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $211.00 USD
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Glimmers of Hope is a collection made as an ode to the pieces that were birthed from the darkest parts of my journey as a small creator and artist.  It seemed that each time I found myself in these dark places a small light would go off and I would come up with these new concepts and ideas making it seem that they were coming to save me at the time of their creation.  My glimmers of hope, each one symbolic, and each one meant to reach those who need to find their own glimmer.

This piece in particular is a throw back to the beginning and ending of grief.  It was from my original collection Fractions of Light that was the last full collection I made when my familiar Tyler Durden was diagnosed with Cancer and ultimately that hope was lost with his passing.  The original collection sold out, and while I found it hard to create in his absence eventually my hands started moving and I created the pieces again hoping to reach those who were stuck in the path of their own grief journey.  Each piece had been scooped up by someone who had experienced some significant loss and they found comfort in the physical representation it presented and thus hope was restored to the pieces again.  A symbolic representation of the cycle of life, the rebirth, and how death becomes reborn.

A beautiful geometric citrine cabochon paired with moonstone, pakimer quartz, garnet and labradorite, set in copper using a technique known as electroforming.  The copper on this piece has been darkened with a patina to give it an antiqued look and this comes on 24" of antiqued copper chain with a simple clasp.  If you have any questions or concerns about this piece please contact me before purchasing thank you!


I coat all of my copper jewelry in protecta clear before shipping them off to their forever homes. You may notice a slight peeling on the edges of the stones which is just the coating coming off the crystal (not the copper!). Protecta clear will coat your copper for a long time, but will eventually wear off as is the nature with copper jewelry. Your copper jewelry may darken over time with your own natural oils and exposure, but they can always be reshined and recoated! If you need any advice on how to care for your copper jewelry, please contact me and I would be more than happy to help!

 All of my jewelry is handmade and should be treated as such. Please refrain from showering with your jewelry on, or taking it where it can be damaged by water. Please do not store in direct sunlight as I use a variety of crystals and minerals in my work, and direct sunlight can sometimes dull the color of these natural materials.

 Do you have specific material allergies? Please contact me before purchasing to ensure this jewelry is the right fit for you. I use a variety of different materials, and suggest if this is your first piece from me that you do a test wear first. Wear it for an hour or so the first time around, and gradually increase the time you wear your jewelry to ensure you do not have any specific reactions to copper, brass, patinas ext. Always contact me if you have any questions!