Sometimes we’re just not ready to part with our beautiful gemstones . . .
Fiona had held onto the broken pieces of her beautiful rose quartz for many years, and after seeing my post about the perservering moonstone tree, wondered if there might be hope her pendant would be whole again.
Indeed there was!
Sometimes, when we feel a bit broken, we need space to heal and regroup. I felt the pendant was the same. In cradling the stone, I deliberately created ample space between the top and bottom pieces. There was no point trying to deny the ‘injury’ to the stone. I wanted to celebrate the opportunity for growth, creativity and beauty the void presented!
The final result was a pendant quite different to its previous form, but completely unique, taller and strikingly beautiful