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My Favorite new stone, Kyanite!

by geisha on Jun.01, 2010, under Handmade Jewelry

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I recently have been getting more and more into semi-precious stones. While browsing a little shop downtown Spokane, I cam across a stone I had never used before, Kyanite. It is instantly my new favorite. It is iridescent like labradorite, but in a vibrant pale blue color. I have been searching the web for wholesale Kyanite ever since! I used long teardrops to make these beautiful earrings. A simple wire-wrap job and sterling silver earring wires complete the look. Sometimes when you have a piece of stone so pretty, simplicity is best!Shimmering Slate Earrings

To see these earrings or more jeweley by GeishaCreations justĀ  go to GeishaCreations.etsy.com

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