Powerful alliance of an Irish crystal from the Dingle Peninsula, West coast of Kerry, Ireland, and the spiritual radiance of a Blue Agate, stone of communication.
Magical Jewellery Pendant
Width: 2 cm
Height: 7.5 cm
Length: 2.4 cm
Weight: 22 g
Material: Kerry Crystal, Blue Agate and Polymer Clay
Encourages and supports. Its circular flowing energy calms, uplifts and elevates. Blue Agate is a stone of communication, helping those who have difficulty being heard by others, or who need confidence and articulation to share their truths. It provides clarity of thought and unwavering intent in regards to what matters most. It is a Stone of the Diplomat, assisting communication in situations were angry words must beavoided, and it clears understanding, as a great tool for bringing peace.
The soil of the western part of the Dingle Peninsula, in County Kerry, Ireland, is composed in a major part of quartz. The countless crystal caves and veins running through the ground provide material for my crafts, which I always gather reasonably and respectfully.
The Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) culminates in the Irish mainland's westernmost point, in the shadow of Mt Brandon, in the County of Kerry.
Blue Agate helps those who have difficulty being heard by others, or who need confidence and articulation to share their truths. The KerryQuartz, also known as Kerry Crystal or Dingle Diamonds, is a very special type of quartz, which purity equals its metaphysical and healing properties. Indeed,be it found tumbled by the sea, as clusters or clear pure points, the Kerry Quartz powerfully cleanses all impurities through the different energy bodies,and also provides an invincible protection. . Every material I use in my crafts has been gathered with gratitude and respect, and is a unique piece of this beautiful western edge of Ireland. There is magic in all of them.
Opening the higher Chakras and spiritual awareness, theKerry Quartz is at the image of the land which created it: wild, beautiful andstrong. Amaze of fuchsia-fringed boreens weaves together an ancient landscape of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts, crosses and holy wells,picturesque hamlets and abandoned villages. It is there, on its meandering sea shores framed with purple cliffs and emerald vegetation, where I go to secret coves respectfully gathering a gift or two left by the Ocean. Every material I use in my crafts has been gathered with gratitude and respect, and is a unique piece of this beautiful western edge of Ireland. There is magic in all of them.