Labradorite Gemstone necklace

$ 60 CAD

Amazing necklace freeshape nuggets

Sources of Labradorite

Labradorite was first found in 1770 on the Labrador Peninsula in Canada. It is also found in Norway, and the former USSR. There is a blue semi-transparent variety called spectrolite that is only found in Finland. 


Agate Geode Gemstone and garnet

$ 40 CAD

Natural Crystal Geodes pendant

Geodes are a variable phenomenon and, therefore, many theories exists to explain how they are created. The term geode is derived from the Greek word Geoides which means "earthlike."

A geode is a sphere shaped rock which contains a hollow cavity lined with crystals. A geode which is completely filled with small compact crystal formations is called a nodule.

Garnets are a related group of minerals. Members of this group include: almandine (red to violet red); spessartite (yellow, rose, or orange to reddish-brown); pyrope (deep red); grossular (white, yellow, yellow-green, brownish-red, orange or black); andradite (colorless, yellow-green, or brown to black). The most prized garnet is an emerald green variety called demantoid and is a member of the adradite group.


Amethyst briolette necklace

$ 50 CAD


Large amethyst briolette stones with silver spacers

18 inches * 46cm 


323457 Chunky freeform jasper necklace

$ 59 CAD

Fun for all seasons free form jasper carnelian and copper — Collier pour toute saison versatile et unique fabrication de jaspes cornalines et cuivre

Necklace Large Turquoise Gemstones

$ 60 CAD

Oval shape natural turquoise mounted with copper tube and copper spacers Lenght 23" 56 cm - Magnifique collier de turquoises naturels de forme ovale

Amazing Chunky Black Jade Necklace JNeck12-11

$ 85 CAD


Beautiful genuine chunky black jade necklace

SIZE: Jade bead 10mm X 18mm

Necklace 16 " with extension to 17 1/2"

AVAILABLE matching Bacelet 8" $45

Size can be modified to your liking 

Mounted with copper spacers and Tiger Eye square stones