This double sided labradorite pendant can be worn either way, with the stone side facing out, or the carving side showing.
The delicate shape of this teardrop pendant makes it excellent for regular wear. The striations in the stone are like slanting evening light, moving diagonally across the stone and right through to the reverse. The back side shows a suggestion of rolling hills in the distance, with stalks of wheat in the foreground. A crescent moon and star contemplate the scene from above.
The wirework around the stone is a pair of possosite twists with a beaed piece in between the twists. This pattern reminds us that things can move in many directions, and yet, there is a still place between the movement where we can pause, even if only briefly.
Let the image of the ripe wheat remind you of all your efforts in life, and the pausing you have done to choose the right time for both rest and action.
Stone measures 1 & 1/4" long by 5/8" wide by 3/16" thick, not including the jump ring bail where the chain goes through.