Fossilized Shark Tooth, Moonstone, Rudraksha Seed and Garnet
This micro macrame necklace features a gorgeous Fossilized Shark Tooth with a Moonstone, Rudraksha seed and Garnet, set with dark brown wax thread. The necklace is one of a kind creation, handmade with the macrame technique. The necklace is adjustable so it can be worn short or long. The wax thread is very strong and feels very natural, it also maintains its color and shape for a long time.
Shark teeth are the most common type of fossil for a number of reasons. First, shark teeth, like most teeth, are made of dentin, a hard calcified tissue that does not easily decompose. Dentin is harder and denser than bone. In a tooth, the Dentin is surrounded by a very hard enamel shell.
Secondly, to maintain a sharp smile, shark teeth are designed to regularly fall out and be replaced.
Named for its moon-like sheen, Moonstone is a Feldspar mineral exhibiting a soft, watery opaqueness and a silvery-white reflection called chatoyancy that moves as a line across the surface as light varies. Legendary as the Traveler's Stone, Moonstone is especially protective of those who travel by night or upon the water when the moon is shining. Frequent travelers should keep one in the glove compartment for safe night driving and as protection against road rage.
Rudraksha is the seed of a particular tree species which usually grows at a certain altitude in the mountains – mainly in the Himalayan region. Unfortunately, most of these trees were used to make railway sleepers, so there are very few of them remaining in India. For someone who is constantly on the move and who eats and sleeps in various places, rudraksha is a very good support because it creates a cocoon of your own energy.