Pearl and Paua Perfection

Last night I enjoyed a very pleasant drive out into the countryside.  It was a gorgeous evening.  Although it was past 7 ‘o clock, the sun was out and the sky was blue.  The scenery, with the green fields, the cows, the sheep, and the gorgeous cottages, and the names like “Muggin’s Lane” made we wonder if I had driven into the Lord of the Rings territory.   The jewellery making party I gave was enjoyed by all!  I enjoyed the tea and home baked cupcakes, just scrumptious! 

The jewellery results were spectacular too!  The design flair and creativity of my students were impeccable.  Take a look and see the results for yourself.

This necklace is made with Paua/abalone shell and silver baroque freshwater pearls designed by a student, gorgeous!
Pāua are commonly found in shallow coastal waters along rocky shorelines in depths of 1 to 10 m.
(Source: accessed at 21:25 on 06.07.2012).  To read more about Abalone Paua Shell on Wikipedia click <here>. — at Peak District Derbyshire.
Freshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels. “
(Source: accessed at 21:38 on 06.07.2012).  To read more on freshwater pearls, click <here>.
Genuine pearls are something special, which are an heirloom piece ideal for passing on through the generations.  Pearls  require care and attention to keep them looking their best.
“Pearls are the world’s only organic gem and are composed of calcium carbonate. This means special attention is required to ensure pearls will stay beautiful and last a lifetime.”
(Source: accessed at 21:41 on 06.07.2012).  To read more on how to care for your pearls, click <here>.
This necklace is made with Marquise Red Magnesite 30x15mm, White baroque freshwater pearls, Puffy Squares Pyrite 10x8mm.  It is fastened with a silver plated lobster clasp.
“Magnesite is magnesium carbonate, MgCO3. Iron (as Fe2+) substitutes for magnesium (Mg) with a complete solution series with siderite, FeCO3. Calcium, manganese, cobalt, and nickel may also occur in small amounts” (source: accessed 00.22 on 06.07.2012)

“It will strongly enhance your meditation, and help you to feel more relaxed. Its vibration may help you to contact your spirit guides… and its action may awaken psychic powers that you have previously been unaware of.” (source: accessed at 00.25 on 06.07.2012)
Pyrite is said to help the wearer to be assertive and to enhance the heart chakra it is suggested you wear pyrite with prehnite … for more details see:

Published by Alice Letts

Online training for parents and children. Online piano and music tutoring. Online tutoring for English as a Second Language (ESOL) with an emphasis on pronunciation. Online meditation coaching for parents and how to incorporate meditation into daily family life.

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