Mookaite Jasper Woven Necklace
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These gorgeous macrame-style necklaces connect with country through beautiful crystals. Each unique piece draws inspiration from bush, beach, mountains, creeks and rivers through connecting with the energies and ancient wisdom of crystals.
Each necklace is made with love by Wakka Wakka woman Sharntell Ferrari. This necklace features Mookaite, a crystal of deep earth connection and ancestral healing, that’s found at Mooka Creek in Western Australia. Mooka in local Maia language means “running waters” referring to the many fresh water springs that feed Mooka Creek.
Please note: These necklaces are handmade so the size and colour of the crystal and twine may vary slightly from the images.
Product: Large Woven Crystal Necklace
Materials: Mookaite Jasper crystal and cotton twine
Crystal: Mookaite Jasper
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