FREE Shipping On All U.S. Orders!

Silver Irgizite Moldavite Tektite Pendant & Necklace

Silver Irgizite Moldavite Tektite Pendant & Necklace

$149.95 $201.99

Details

This artisan made Sterling Silver Irgizite & Faceted Moldavite Pendant is one of a kind. Rare Irgizite tektites are strange and unusual because unlike all other tektites they look like taffy and are often found with very tiny "droplets" on their surface. All of our Moldavite Jewelry comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. We only use genuine natural Moldavite Tektites sourced directly from the Czech Republic. A FREE 16" .925 Silver Necklace is included with the sale.

  • Pendant Size: 7/8" x 5/16" x 3/8"
  • Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
  • Stones: Faceted Moldavite 3mm, Natural Irgizite Tektite
  • Chakras: All, Root (1st), Heart (4th), Third Eye (6th)
  • Energies: Transformation, Clearing, Protection, Spiritual Evolution, Psychic Sensitivity, Grounding

Metaphysical Properties

Moldavite is one of the Synergy 12 Stones for activating the light body and is known as "the stone of transformation". It brings rapid spiritual evolution while ushering in change necessary for alignment to a one's path in life. Those sensitive to the high vibration of this stone often experience the "Moldavite Flush" causing a sudden and spontaneous opening of the Heart chakra. Combined with other minerals, this unusual green tektite, also amplifies the energy of other stones.

Irgizite tektite's energy is both grounding and protective. As a natural form of glass created from a meteorite Irgizite tektites are helpful in completing duties, tasks, and providing a sense of "knowing" in regards to higher learning and spirituality. Tektites have been used for aligning the energy centers of the physical body as well as aiding to balance the nervous system.


About Irgizite Tektites

Irgizite is a rare black tektite usually identified by its strange twisted ribbons and glossy ropes of black glass shapes. Irgizite tektites were created during an asteroid impact which occurred approximately 900,000 years ago. They are found in Kazahkstan's Zhamanshin meteor crater located in a remote south east area of Kazahstan near the village of Irgiz. Most of these unusual tektites are very small compared to other kinds of tektites like Libyan Desert Glass.