My son names my jewelry and he wanted to call this one Mama’s necklace but that seemed a little too kooky so I went with Jill’s necklace. It is the one I have been wearing for years and is my personal favorite out of all my designs. It is also nice that the spirit lock keeps me from getting sick! The beads in this necklace include chrysoprase, carnelian, wooly mammoth, rubies, four thousand year old turquoise, gaspeite, sugilite, coral and Hill Tribe silver beads.
Hmong spirit lock with persian turquoise cut in Afghanistan strung with chrysoprase, pink tourmaline, ancient turquoise, sugilite, gaspeite, coral, emerald and 22k gold plated over hill tribe silver.
Jill’s spirit lock in which is gold plated with 22k gold over hill tribe or pure silver with 4000 year old turquoise, sugilite, gaspeite, ancient coral, rubies and 2000 year old carnelian.
El Mar turquoise necklace with Hmong spirit lock. These tiny turquoise beads are cut in Afghanistan and strung with gaspeite, sugilite, rubies, chrysoprase, emerald, ancient turquoise and the Hmong pendant. Worn by the Hmong to keep you healthy!
I have an obsession with both the number 8 and spirit locks so this necklace has it all. It is called the lazy 8 necklace because the 8 is lying on its side. The spirit lock is a Hmong amulet to keep you healthy. I have had one on for 23 years! This is strung with rubies, gaspeite, sugilite, ancient turquoise, wooly mammoth, pink tourmaline, chrysoprase and emeralds.
Pyrite necklace with carnelian, sugilite, gaspeite, rubies, 4000 year old turquoise, chrysoprase, wooly mammoth, coral, hill tribe silver and a spirit lock to keep you healthy!
Silver Spirit Lock with turquoise, coral, rubies, gaspeite, sugilite and ancient turquoise.
Peruvian opal with emeralds, sugilite, gaspeite, rubies, 4000 year old turquoise, pink tourmaline and coral with a 22k gold plated Hmong Spirit Lock.
Chrysoprase 21 inch necklace with a tree of life pendant and a magnetic clasp so that it can be worn easily as a bracelet wrapped 3 times. The tree pendant is found in many spiritual traditions. The tree is considered a metaphor for spiritual growth, also the way all life is interconnected. Deep grounding protection and strength.