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Solid Sterling Silver with authentic spiny oyster turquoise and amethyst gemstones in your choice of stone shape.
The seahorse is a unique creature in nature. A fish, but one what exists vertically rather than horizontally. Covered in armor, but not a fighter.
Sea Horses have a single lifetime mate and share time together in a way that can only be described as loving - making them the perfect symbol for love and loyalty. A beautiful gift to show your deep love and Celtic culture.
Spiny Oyster Turquoise is a colorful combination of turquoise and spiny oyster. You can see turquoise blue, deep rose pink, sunset orange and royal purple with golden accents throughout each stone. No two stones are exact, so each is as unique as the person wearing it! Turquoise an important stone for Native American artists, but so is a material called spiny oyster, used to make inlays in fine jewelry. You must see these beautiful stones to appreciate their colorful beauty.
The material spiny oyster comes from the shell of the bivalve mollusk, or spondylus varius. They symbolize courage and hope. They also encourage you to leave behind what you have outgrown so you can move on with peace and grace. Spiny oysters teach you that it’s safe to evolve and grow and when you’re ready, to come out of your shell.
Turquoise embodies wholeness and higher truth. Turquoise is a balancing stone promoting a rich sense of serenity, good fortune, protection, and overall peacefulness.
1 3/4" x 1 3/4" solid sterling silver with a FIVE CARAT Spiny Oyster Turquoise stone and accented with two authentic amethyst stones. Comes on a sterling silver chain.
Several cultures and countries deem the seahorse a magical creature – Ancient Greeks, Asians, and even some European cultures.
Sailors, on the other hand, see the seahorse as a symbol of good luck. More importantly, the seahorse symbolism can help you discover balance in your life.
And because of the way seahorses move, they’re also symbolic of peace and patience. Seahorses are also not the best swimmers – they let themselves get carried away by the flow rather than going against it. But often, they’ll also wrap their tails around an object in order to stay in one place, signifying persistence.