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colour NUDE/TAN/FLESH - radiates warmth & energy which promote strength & courage

ODAZ – Flesh Moonstone necklace with 925 sterling silver findings

Availability: In stock

£162.00

Flesh Moonstone prepares for serendipity & synchronicity 


Design — 8 mm & 6 mm diameter crystals, hand-knotted with twisted light pink silk cord & 925 sterling silver findings - namely 1 x APOCCAS eye tag and 3 x 6 mm seamless round beads


Dimensions – one size fits all: length: 107 cm; can be shortened to double strand

Feeling (attracted to the colour) nude? 


Nude/tan/flesh – distant relatives of the controversy-sparking orange, teasing and sensual skin tones radiate a lovely warmth and energy which promotes strength, courage and resolution


The body always expresses the spirit
whose envelope it is.
 
And for him who can see,
the nude offers the richest meaning.
 
~Auguste Rodin
 (sculptor, 1840-1917)

Flesh Moonstone assist us to master our emotions by bringing them under our will. With its waning moon energy & power to induce reflection it is a stone of will & intuition which brings out our gentler, feminine side. 


— An activation of what drives us all

Resolution of Nude Flesh


The embodiment of Resolution, passion & strength lies within Flesh Moonstone.  All three balance yin & yang – the positive & negative forces. Immerse yourself in Nude Flesh and with it your very human essence as you become one with that fond childhood delight of believing that all is possible.


Courage is looking fear
right in the eye and saying,
 
‘Get the hell out of my way,
 
I’ve got things to do.’
 
~Anonymous

ODAZ necklaces are hand-knotted, 1-strand, featuring 8 mm & 6 mm semi-precious stones, with colour-coordinated, natural silk cord, embellished with 925 sterling silver or 14ct vermeil gold (= sterling silver gold plated) findings - namely 1 x APOCCAS eye tag, and, in some designs, adding 3 x 6 mm seamless round beads. Each bracelet is protected in a dedicated embroidered cotton pouch with organic yarn hand-twisted by our artisans in Sakon Nakhon (Isaan).