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Snowflake Obsidian Silver Feather Bullet Jewelry Pendant

  • $ 3250


I wrapped an antiqued silver feather stamping around a recycled 40 caliber silver bullet shell casing.  I then added a snowflake obsidian gemstone point for the "bullet". This comes with a 24 inch antiqued silver rope chain.

Feathers can represent freedom from earthly restraints and a lightness of being. They are symbolic of rebirth and the renewal of hope. Found feathers are often thought to be messages from spirit guides or guardian angels.

Pure obsidian is usually dark in appearance, though the color varies depending on the presence of impurities. In some stones, the inclusion of small, white, clustered crystals in the black glass produce a blotchy or snowflake pattern. It has the property of showing a different appearance according to how it is cut. When cut in one direction it is a beautiful jet black; when cut across another direction it is glistening gray. Apache tears are small rounded obsidian nuggets embedded within a grayish-white perlite matrix.

In ancient times it was often used to make cutting tools, and as such, Obsidian can have a forceful cutting reality. Snowflake Obsidian has very similar properties to Black Obsidian, and can be used for a softer touch. Obsidian helps with loneliness, isolation and rejection. Snowflake Obsidian is a stone of purity. It balances mind body and spirit. It is considered a good detoxification stone. The blackness of this stone enhances the ability to reach your inner self. It is one of the earliest known stones to be used for scrying.

Obsidian can be found in Canada, Greece, Italy, Iceland, Kenya, the U.S., and other areas with volcanic activity.

An original Beautiful Bullets design. I have been creating bullet jewelry since 2009 and have designed over a hundred different styles and types. I use recycled bullet shell casings, metal filigrees, Swarovski crystals, natural gemstones and vintage glass. All of the bullet casings I use are recycled so please allow for variations and small imperfections.

I started my bullet jewelry line as a peace project, and I continue to donate part of the sale to different charities. I have sent donations to the Peace Corps, the Patriot Guard Riders, the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, and the USO. Thanks to everyone who has purchased one of these designs and made that possible.

Please see my FB page at: http://www.facebook.com/BeautifulBullets

Postal restrictions may prohibit bullet jewelry from being shipped to certain countries outside the United States.

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