GS409 Lady of the Lake Lapis

GS409 Lady of the Lake Lapis


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Legend tells of the Lady of the Lake who once lived in a castle beneath a crystal blue lake that surrounded the mystical island of Avalon. She is said to have raised Lancelot and gave Arthur the magical sword Excalibur. Moved by the lore and the striking blues that pop from the Lady of the Lake imagery, we bring to you this special collection “Lady of the Lake with Lapis Lazuli.” 

Known as the Stone of Courage and believed to ward off evil and darkness, Lapis Lazuli is thought to be the stone that helps ease fear and anxiety of all things unknown. This stunning gemstone is 4mm and has been perfectly paired with our signature Celtic knot and finished with sterling silver french wire. Just like our one-of-a-kind curated collections, each stone is unique and may vary slightly.

Light and grounding--bring out your inner strength each time you put them on!

Save! 60+ units Discount: Choose any combination of Cruthu earrings or pendants and when you order 60 or more assorted units receive a $1 discount on each unit. 3-Packs count as 3 units towards the discount. Discount will be taken when order is filled and shipped. 

How it works: Once you place your order via this GPD Designs website your credit card will be authorized but not charged. Once we pack your order we will adjust your invoice to reflect all discounts, show specials and shipping costs and send you a corrected invoice via QuickBooks. Once the QB invoice is paid your order will be shipped. Easy!

Lapis Lazuli

The Ancients believed Lapis Lazuli to be the “Courage Stone” and wards off evil and darkness. It is thought to be the stone that helps ease fear and anxiety of all things unknown.

About the Celtic Knot

All Celtic knots, whether square, diamond, triangle or round, symbolize “no beginning, no end... infinity,” the intertwining of this world and the “other” or spiritual world, the continuity of life paths, the mingling of relationships, and the binding together of all. read more...

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