With two wonderful Marra Mambo jasper stones such as these, another beaded goddess was sure to appear. And so she has.
This Australian jasper, said to have healing properties, is unique in that it has depth that cannot be captured by a photo, but all who wear the stone will come to know the stories written deep in its pools of color.
The goddess is hand beaded in hues of peach, salmon, deep browns and greens. The top round cabochon measures 1 3/4 inches and the bottom oval one is 2 1/2 inches long by 1 3/4 inches wide. The pendant is a total of 7 inches from the top of her beaded bail to the longest glass cubed fringe and is is backed by soft brown suede.
The goddess is for sale without the copper necklace she is shown on here. She can be worn on your favorite necklace or a nice piece of leather or ribbon of your choice.
So for all who hear the song of the siren, you might consider Mambo Goddess a buy at $90.00.
I have always been attracted to all things natural and earthy. As a bead artist living here in the southwest desert I am surrounded by wonderful lapidary folks giving me access to unusual cuts of jasper and agates that lend themselves to the unique "one of a kind' beaded jewelry I design. Working with natural stones and seed beads which I embroider onto leather or suede using my own original designs with native stitches and techniques I sew or loom each piece individually.Website: www.gaudybyneola.com