Phantom Quartz & Malachite Necklace

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These are temporarily out of stock while we source some great new crystals! Please reach out to be placed on a call-list when these are back in stock.


These phantom quartz & malachite necklaces are so incredible, they look like shards captured ocean! Each hand-curated crystal and malachite set is beautifully unique, no two are the same.

*Please note, the necklace in the first photo is an example. Your necklace will be made in the same style, but the crystal and malachite will be unique and curated with care for each order. Crystal points will either be wide and short or narrow and long. See third photo for some examples of variety. 

Phantom quartz, or Lodolite, is a type of quartz crystal with unique inclusions of many possible colors and types, but most often shades of mossy green and red. No crystal is ever the same. Often it has the look of gardens, landscapes, or underwater scenes. Gazing into this stone can help bring about a cosmic shift of consciousness and deep healing. It harmonizes the higher vibrational energies of the aura, light body or subtle body. Lodolite is a very powerful journeying stone on all levels; cosmic, soul and personal. 

:: Choose from delicate and shimmering gold filled or 925 sterling silver chain. Clasp is high quality gold or silver plated lobster clasp, with a hand-hammered loop and crystal wrap of beautiful gold or silver plated wire. 

:: Finished necklace shown is 18" on fine, silver chain. *Depending on your uniquely lovely neck size, this can lay shorter or longer than the photo - measure first for the best fit!



Please let me know if you need a length other than what's offered in this listing and if you need the item gift wrapped.

Special requests are welcome!! 



I also have the following other accent gemstones available for this style:

:: Amethyst

:: Clear Quartz

:: Tiger Eye

:: Lapis Lazuli

:: Rose Quartz

:: Snowflake Obsidian

:: Amazonite

:: Turquoise




*Model photo by Sonora Photography*