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Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross
Zoom Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross

Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross

$32.00 USD
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Small sun catcher made with one large, genuine and natural amethyst stone, a crystal cross from Austria and a crystal prism. Great as a Christian sympathy gift. Will bring sparkle to a window or in the garden.

❁ Large, genuine Amethyst gemstone bead, up to 1-1/2 inches long paired with bicone crystal clear beads
❁ Faceted, crystal cross, 3/4" high X 1/2" wide
❁ Large crystal prism, 1-1/8 inch in diameter
❁ A clasp is provided to wrap the wire around a post up to 1 inch in diameter or to connect directly to a ring
❁ Stainless steel beading wire is coated with silver, 49-strand strong, covered with glass seed beads
❁ Silver-plated clasp swivels and can be used to wrap the 4 inches of wire around a post or connect directly to a ring
❁ Hanging length is about 10 inches with the clasp connected to a ring
❁ Amethyst stone will vary in size, shape and markings as each charm is one of a kind


Amethyst is a valued member of the quartz family. Traces of iron and manganese in the quartz give amethyst gemstones their distinctive hue, which ranges from pale lavender to deep violet. Amethyst deposits can be found in Brazil, Madagascar, Zambia, Uruguay, Burma, India, Canada, Mexico, Namibia, Russia, Sri Lanka, and The United States (Arizona).

Ancient Greeks drank wine from vessels made from amethyst thinking it would make the drinker immune to intoxication. In fact, the word "amethyst" is derived from the Greek work meaning "not drunk". Today, amethyst is used to benefit the crown chakra and is believed to help with frequent headaches.

Amethyst is the birthstone for February.

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Amethyst Charm with Crystal Cross

$32.00 USD

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What is the best way to hang a Cinjo wind chime?

The wind chimes are a simple design - one long wire covered in beads with glass pieces at each end. The middle of the wire is draped over a nail or hook or from a small tree branch. The glass pieces clink together to create a subtle sound while the beads reflect the sunlight.  You want the pieces of glass to be close enough to generate the sound.

Do the glass wind chimes break?

Glass items are fragile and can break. Please handle with care. Try to avoid hanging wind chimes very close to stationary objects that could be hit by the glass and cause breakage. A protected area is best. However, fused glass is very strong and can hold up to most situations without breaking or chipping.

Do you use recycled packaging?

While our first priority is to ensure your order arrives undamaged, we do use recycled boxes and packaging materials whenever possible. If you would prefer we not do this, please let us know.

What is "fused glass"?

Fused glass is glass that has been heat formed in a kiln.

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