This Montana Agate pendant is a creation from Lawrence Stoller and Crystalworks.
Measures 2” long, 1” wide and .25" deep.
With this healing crystal pendant from Crystal Light and Sound, you’ll receive directions on how to clear and program your new healing crystal.
The background of this Montana agate ranges from golden to milky grey-blue to white. One of the most beautiful features of this Montana agate is the amazing red/orange color gradients that result from minerals such as iron and manganese.
Considered a powerful cleansing, stabilizing and strengthening healing stone, Agate vibrates at a slower frequency and intensity than other healing stones. Helps to balance and harmonize positive energies while enhancing confidence and self-love, promoting centering, stability and maturity. Besides stability and positivity, Agate brings a practicality to surround energies helping us to sort out commitments, desires and goals.
Hand-cut and shaped by the eminent, internationally recognized lapidary artist Lawrence Stoller. He has pioneered the art of sculpting spectacular megagems including several of the largest existing gemstone sculptures. Learn more about Lawrence Stoller and his unique vision and artist heart.
It hangs from a durable satin rope with gold-colored clasps. This rope is intended for temporary use. Any chain can be used without damaging the crystal.
This product was handcrafted in the USA.
Each crystal is carefully inspected for quality. We check each point and facet for chips and scratches, we clear old programming and polish it to perfection. We will not accept any returns with damage unless the packaging was severely damaged in shipping. Should that occur, please contact us immediately or do not accept the box.
Sizing is approximate. As with all hand-made items, the final size may be a touch larger or smaller than as described. True lapidary artists will follow the natural structure of the crystal which may result in slightly different final sizing.
While we take great care in photographing our crystal items, photographs don’t always accurately show the true color of a particular stone. The colors shown may be slightly deeper or lighter than presented. In most case, the colors and saturation are accurate.