Herkimer Diamond Choker Necklace
A stunning Herkimer Diamond embellishes the gold-filled, sparkly, beaded chain. The maker hand-picks each Herkimer for its stunning clarity. See below for all the info you've ever wanted about Herkimer Diamonds and why they are the most powerful quartz crystal.
Wear as an everyday choker or wear it as the first layer in a layered necklace look. Pairs well with paperclip necklaces, archer necklace, badass necklace.
DETAILS: Measures 13" with 1.5" (13" to 14.5") adjustable spring hook clasp. The pendant's diameter measures 5/8" Additional 1" extender for the spring hook clasp. 14K Gold Fill
ABOUT THE COMPANY:
Each piece of jewelry is handmade to order an Eau Claire, WI studio.
Please allow for natural variations that may occur.
VALUES: Eco-Friendly, Handmade, Women Owned, Small Batch, Made in USA
WHAT IS A HERKIMER DIAMOND?
Herkimer Quartz “Diamonds” are the high energy seekers of the crystal world. Unusually transparent with a brilliant sparkle, they manifest pure, solid Light and are powerful amplifiers of spiritual energy. As perfect conduits of the universal Life Force, they are exceptional healing crystals, and are used in meditations, dream and vision work, and advanced spiritualization applications.
Herkimer Diamonds are the most powerful of all Quartz crystals. Being doubly terminated, they have the ability to not only transmit their own energies, but to receive spiritual energy and to amplify and focus it intently. Â They are reported to be harder than all other Quartz, giving them the strength and durability to handle difficult challenges beyond the scope of other Quartz crystals. What they lack in physical size, they more than make up for in spirit energy.
This mineral owes its name to Herkimer County, New York, USA, the principal place where it is found. The small, double-terminated crystals are short and stubby, formed in a hard rock matrix giving them their strength. They may be exceptionally clear and colorless, or contain rainbow inclusions, air bubbles, or black carbon deposits. A small percentage of these crystals contain enhydro inclusions of water. Some are smoky rather than clear, and similar-looking crystals have been found at other sites, but generally do not have the same hardness or high gloss of genuine Herkimer Diamonds. Description provided by Crystal Vault's website.