Looking into this stunning labradorite gemstone is like standing at the edge of a magical forest peering in, what can you see between the trees? In old England, Oak groves were natural temples for the Druids and Pagans and couples would wed beneath their leaves. Oaks symbolise strength and survival and ancient kings and Roman Emperors would wear oak leaf crowns to symbolise their victory. It is believed that King Henry VIII danced with Anne Boleyn around an ancient Oak in London and Queen Elizabeth I later picnicked beneath its branches. England’s largest oak tree is in Sherwood Forest, it’s around 1000 years old and is said to have provided shade to Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
This woodland gem is wrapped in layers of antiqued 925 sterling silver. Each part of the pendant has been shaped, soldered, filed and polished by hand and the silver prongs complement the shape and magical essence of the stone. Your pendant will come suspended from an 18" sterling silver rope chain.