Choose your stone and your style. Hand-carved angel wings incorporated into your choice of necklace, keychain, suncatcher, purse/hanging charm or review mirror charm. The perfect way to take the memory of someone you’ve lost with you. Choose their birthstone or favorite color. Or choose a stone for the properties it is thought to have. Other colors and stones available on special request and order.
Wing is 1 1/2″ x 3/4″
Necklace – Necklace measures 16 1/2″ with a 2″ extender for a total of 18 1/2″. Drop measures 3 3/4″ x 3/4″. (length can be customized). Wing measures
Charms are approx. 4″ long, depending on the style, some may be slightly shorter or longer.
Amethyst – Traditional Feb birthstone, also the birthstone associated with guardian angels for Nov birthdays. Amethyst is a form of quartz containing iron and other minerals. Its name came from an ancient Greek word meaning “not intoxicated”. It is one of the few stones that is thought to enhance intellect and aid in critical thinking.
Carnelian – The modern birthstone for July, it is also is one of the birthstones listed in the ancient Arabic, Hebrew, Italian and Roman tables and is a Zodiac birthstone for Leo and Virgo and the Hebrew birthstone for May. Carnelian is said to boost courage, energy and confidence
Clear Quartz – One of the most used minerals in the world, quartz has been designated a birthstone for April. It is thought to represent space, purity, and patience and have the ability to clear the mind of negative thoughts.
Florite – Not considered a birthstone, it is thought to resonate with all birth months. One of the most sought after minerals, it ranks only behind quartz as the most used mineral. It comes in colors of white, purple, pink, green, yellow, and blue. The wings have purple veins through them. Purple fluorite signifies that peace comes through purity of the mind and is thought to help focus on the important things.
Lapis – Is a traditional birthstone for December and an alternative one for September. Lapis Lazuli is a stone of royalty, power, vision, and honor. Egyptians crushed it to use to color stone and for blue cosmetics. During the Renaissance, artist used it for the blue in skies and water. It has been sought after since the beginning of history. It is thought to help regulate the endocrine & thyroid glands and benefit the vocal cords and throat.
Onyx – Is considered the mystical birthstone for December and the stone for Leo. Onyx is thought to help release negative thought patterns and aid in letting go of fear.
Red Jasper – Jasper is the historical birthstone for March. Known as a nurturing stone, jasper is thought to clear your head and soothe your heart, giving a sense of peace and relaxation. Red Jasper is an empowerment stone, thought to sustain anyone in the process of healing from emotional trauma.
Rose Quartz – Considered a birthstone for Jan, Rose quartz is known as the heart stone. With its gentle pink, almost transparent coloring, it is thought to be a stone of unconditional love, helping with forgiveness.
Snowflake Obsidian – Though not a traditional month birthstone, snowflake obsidian is the birthstone for the sign of Scorpio. Black with white “snowflakes” on it, it is formed when a volcano cools down quickly, slowing crystal growth. Known as a protective stone and thought to offer a sense of security and stability. It is also thought to help keep you in balance.
Tigers Eye – Considered the birthstone for Gemini, tigers eye is known as a protection stone. It also said to inspire creativity and balance and to deflect negativity.