Citrine Tree of Life Pendant ~ November Birthstone
This November birthstone necklace featuring glittering Citrine gemstones wire wrapped into a tree of life is a fabulous gift for that special someone in your life who was born in November. Or treat yourself to something magical -- you deserve it.
A necklace like this often becomes a person's talisman -- wearing the stone associated with your birth month offers comfort and good luck. This is a really meaningful gift that the recipient will treasure.
- The pendant is approximately 1" wide by 1.5" long
- I will make it in either sterling silver or copper wire
- It comes with a chain that matches the wire, or a black leather or cotton cord
- You can choose the length of the chain
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Those born in November have two birthstones: Citrine and Topaz. The bright yellow color of citrine is said to be a gift from the sun. Citrine is a yellow variety of quartz. Naturally occurring citrine is quite rare and expensive – most citrine available for purchase is made by heating it’s purple sister, Amethyst. When subjected to heat, Amethyst changes color, becoming yellow. Citrine is a stone of optimism, warmth and clarity.
About the Tree of Life
The tree of life is a mystical and magical tree that is well known in many cultures. It represents our connection to all things -- earth, air, water, fire. In Celtic culture, trees were the centre of all that occurred -- the absence of trees would be the absence of life. In Christian tradition, eating from the tree of life is said to grant immortality. In Norse mythology, the tree of life, or Yggdrasil, binds together all realms of existence. This ancient tree represents our connection to our ancestors and also of our individuality. The stages of a tree's growth through the year mirrors that of the cycle of life, similar to the eternal life/re-birth traditions in many religions.