Costume jewellery has been part of western culture for almost 300 years.
During the 18th century, jewellers began making pieces with inexpensive glass. In the 19th century, costume jewellery made of semi-precious material came into the market.
Jewels made of semi-precious material were more affordable, and this affordability gave common people the chance to own costume jewellery.
This Amethyst Chakra Pendant has deep purple colouring which fades into the clear quartz inclusion, and shows why to the ancients this crystal was a “Gem of Fire” - a Precious Stone wor...
This Clear Quartz Chakra Pendant is almost flawless, with just a hint of a red inclusion near the tip.
Quartz activates and stimulates any chakra it is placed over, cleanses and prot...
This Green Apatite 3 Stone Arrowhead Pendant has a lovely facet-cut and good translucense - leading to a deep and consistent colour throughout.
Green Apatite provides over-all healin...
This Haematite Chakra Pendant demonstrates the shiny hard finish and reddish-brown streaks characteristic of this form of Iron.
Hematite helps to absorb negative energy and calms in ...
This Jet 3 Stone Arrowhead Pendant has taken a good facet cut despite the relative softness of the stone - and you can still smell the characteristic "coal fire" smell of the stone!
This Jet Chakra Pendant is typically understated.
Jet is considered a “stone of sympathy”, as it is said to provide great support and assistance to alleviate the pain and...
This Labradorite 3 Stone Arrowhead Pendant has a fantastic "fire" shimmering in its depths.
Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire of the Aur...
This Labradorite 3 Stone Arrowhead Pendant has a fantastic "aurora" like shimmer hidden in its layers.
Lore of the Inuit peoples claim Labradorite fell from the frozen fire...
This Lapis 3 Stone Arrowhead Pendant contains characteristic "fool's gold" inclusions (Iron Pyrites) amidst the deep cerulean Lapis tones.
Lapis Lazuli activates the ps...