ONE OF A KIND: Dream Catcher Choker + Turquoise
Solid 14k yellow or rose gold, Dream Catcher choker + turquoise. In the middle of a 14k chain strung with stabilized turquoise and 14k gold balls is the diamond-cut 14k dream catcher, which includes 10 white or champagne diamonds.
For your consideration:
All of our gemstones are hand chosen and may vary slightly in color, cut, texture, shade, and tone. Each piece is made to order with love and intent, please allow up to two weeks for fulfillment before shipping.
- 14 Karat Solid Reclaimed Gold
- 11 Genuine Conflict-Free Gemstones
- Stabilized Turquoise Pieces
- Lobster Clasp Attachment
- 17"-19" Diamond Cut Chain on Leather Strap
A stone that inspires one to act out of truth and compassion, it helps one to reach their deepest wisdom, wholeness, and inner peace.
A stone referred to as the “fallen sky stone”, turquoise has been believed to transmute negative energy and protect against outside influences or pollutants to any person who wears it. Turquoise is considered “to bring cheerfulness of the soul”, allowing children to relax and let go, opening their ability to ask for help when needed.
Turquoise’s rich history about its mystical energies and its influence on the human body can be found across multiple cultures, countries, and continents.
Turquoise is the traditional birthstone for the month of December and is used to celebrate the 11th anniversary of weddings.
All cultures throughout history had ancient symbols and forms of communication, but the Congés designer feels that Native Americans and other indigenous cultures were and are exceptionally in tune with nature and the voice of Mother Earth. The many tribes have a mysterious and mystical energy that is engulfing and fascinating to learn about. There are so many symbols within the different cultures.
Dream Catchers have been a part of Native American and First Nation cultures for generations. Dream Catchers have a deep significance, originally meant to teach natural wisdom. They were woven by grandparents and hung above a newborn's bed for peaceful and happy dreams. Every aspect of the design, down to their movement, has meaning. It is believed that bad dreams cannot find their way through the web, getting caught and trapped until they evaporate with the morning dew, whereas the good dreams easily pass through.
The Web of Gold Dream Catcher is meant to bring about wisdom by filtering good ideas and dispersing the bad. The Dream Catcher and Native American Jewelry Collection captures Penna’s connection with nature and the belief that everything comes full circle.