Copper Celtic Sodalite Pendant


This Copper & Sodalite Pendant is a gorgeous new addition to our Celtic Collection!

Sodalite is known as the Poet’s Stone!

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Copper Celtic Sodalite Pendant

This Copper & Sodalite Pendant is a stunning new addition to our Celtic Collection. Its a beautiful piece of Statement Jewellery!

Did you know that The Sodalite crystal stone has a long held association with the colour of the heavens? During the Renaissance, this particular shade of blue was considered a sacred colour (sacre bleu) and was often used to colour the robes of Mother Mary and the Archangel Michael, a warrior-archangel with a flaming sword.
It is also known as the Poet’s Stone because it can help you express all the things that you want to say in the best way possible.

This beautiful Copper Pendant measures approximately 3.5 cm wide x 5 cm long. It hangs on a copper chain which is approximately 48 cm long. and fastens with a copper hook. You will  receive this Pendant in one of our gift boxes, made of recycled card by a family run UK company. We aim to dispatch within 5 working days of your purchase via 1st class signed for mail.

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All of our designs are made using either Bronze, Copper or Fine Silver Metal Clay.

There’s a wonderful range of colours in the Bronze Clay. They range from a silvery white to a colour that is almost copper. So as a result Allie often makes pieces that are multicoloured !

All the Bronzes and the Copper oxidise naturally over time, so a little polish now and then will keep it shiny. Although a lot of people like the antique look this patina gives the metal. Mainly because the pieces appear to have been excavated from an ancient site.

We make all of our Bronze, Copper and Silver items using Metal Clays. These consist of very fine, recycled, metal particles mixed with an organic binder. This results in a material that looks and behaves just like ordinary pottery clay.

However, when it is fired in a kiln, at temperatures exceeding 800 degrees Celsius, the binder burns away and the Metal Particles fuse together. This is a process called sintering and it causes a new piece of metal to form, in whatever shape we have sculpted or moulded it.

We think that It’s very much like Magic! Just like the Nature that inspires us!


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