Moonstone is said to stimulate the pineal gland and help to balance hormones. It is also said to increase intuition and to bring good fortune. This is beneficial stone for women. (Charge it up under the full moon to increase it’s powers).
Whether or not magical moonstone properties are real, it’s a beautiful stone. This one is translucent white.
The crescent is hand-carved silver. About 1 1/4 inches in diameter. Signed on the back. One-of-a-kind.
The carvings in this ring create the look of movement rising toward the top of the ring.
This ring is slightly thicker at the top, sloping toward a gentle apex. A slightly smaller point than my other ring, Shiva’s Flame.
Shiva is often depicted in images as Nataraja, or the cosmic dancer Koothan, where we see him dancing with a flame rising from his palm. The dance is to destroy the old universe and make room for the Divine to start the universe anew. (Gently) call on Shiva when you need change or purification.
The inner edges of this ring are beveled for a comfort fit. One-of-a-kind. Signed on the inside of the ring.
Hand hammered copper and silver married metals and turquoise hanging earrings. The texture of these earrings shimmer in the light. The warmth of copper and the coolness of silver combine to set off three small turquoise stones in each earring.
Reminds me of the sun and the moon – or the Red Rocks of Sedona at twilight – blue sky (almost turquoise and periwinkle), warm earth, cool air. One of my favorite places to be at dusk! Magical.
Entirely hand-fabricated (hand made). No two earrings are alike. 3 inches long, 1/2 inch wide. Silver wire. Signed “Matagi Sorensen” on the back of each earring.