Himalayan quartz takes quartz to the next level! These beauties come from the Ganesh Himal region of the Himalayas and are extracted by sherpas in the clear air at 10,000-15,000 feet above sea level. These sacred crystals are then carried by the sherpas over a distance of seven walking days and have been exposed to the extreme weather of the high mountains, including snow, wind, ice, and cold. In Nepal, the locals view these crystals as the "Eye of God".
These are set in ornate brass caps and hang from soft, antiqued brown leather. Double slip knots make the length quite adjustable. Each crystal is unique but similar and clear like in the photo. The length of the necklace is adjustable to above the solar plexus to above the pecs.
The pendants are handmade in Nepal by local artisans. The crystals are about 1.5 inches long.