Sodalite Necklace(76 items)
Welcome to Novica's Sodalite Necklace collection! Please enjoy the lovely blues of our sodalite necklaces below:
Featured Reviews on Sodalite Necklace
Gorgeous and Delicate Mystic Chakra
One of my most cherished pieces is the Meditation-Themed Pendant Necklace with multi-Gems. It is so unique and made with love. I am often complimented on this necklace and it is funny that not a soul has been able to comprehend what it truly is. I love this pendant so and will keep it close to my heart forever. Many warm thanks to the Quispe Family.
A fun necklace
I love this unique and fun necklace! I?ve enjoyed wearing it and have received compliments when I have worn it. The necklace is very colorful and can be worn with many of my tops. The necklace is lightweight and well constructed. I?m very pleased that I purchased it.
Unique piece and so easy to wear
Simple to put on. Can dress up or down. Lovely dark blue stone. If you know anyone with arthritis or trouble with their fingers, this is an awesome piece and looks fabulous.
Teodoro Melendez and Family Sterling silver and gemstone jewelry
"One of my most cherished moment was when I had a small workshop and my children, Carlos and Alicia, where with me while I was cutting gems by hand."
Popular Sodalite Necklace
Artisan Crafted Sodalite Prayer Bead Necklace, "Pray"$49.99
Rituu honors Hinduism and Buddhism with a glistening that is crafted by hand with sodalite, gem of inner peace. Also known as prayer beads or rosary, it consists of 108 or beads, sometimes 109, which are flicked with the thumb during or meditation. That way the person may concentrate fully on repeating mantras. In Buddhism, the 108 beads represent the human passions, while in Hinduism their symbolism is more complex. The number may refer to the names of Vishnu and Shiva in the Mahabharat; the 108 Upanishads; the number of deities of knowledge and various sciences; and the various permutations of the soul's defects, amongst others.
According to Hindu custom, the correct way to hold the jap mala is with the right hand, draped over the middle finger and using the thumb to flick through the beads. Since it is believed the index finger represents ego, the greatest impediment to self-realization, it is best avoided when chanting on a mala.
This jap mala features 325 gemstone carats.
Meditation-Themed Multi-Gem Pendant Necklace from Peru, "Mystic Chakra"$97.99
Crafted of sterling silver, a woman meditates and performs yoga poses against a tree, accentuated with a multi-gem rainbow of amethyst, sodalite, amazonite, aventurine, calcite, jasper, and agate. Members of Peru's Quispe Family draw inspiration from the concept of the , which refers to an immeasurable energy that resides within each human being.
Natural Flower Lariat Necklace, "Midnight Blue"
Showcased on a navy blue suede cord, an orchid centers this very long necklace. Danai's design immortalizes a natural flower, its color tinted to midnight blue. Globes of sodalite finish the cords, and the length can be adjusted by sliding the pendant on the cord.
Because natural blossoms are used, size and shape will vary slightly.
Sodalite's deep blue hue is mesmerizing. Speckled with white calcite, it recalls the soothing beauty of the ocean. Sodalite creates a harmonious contrast in fiery carnelian necklaces and it is a fine accent in marble inlay jewelry boxes.
Silversmiths enjoy creating Sodalite Necklaces that honor their past traditions, others craft bold new necklace and choker designs with matching silver earrings.