recycled bullet necklace with unakite
This unique, steampunk-style necklace features a recycled bullet casing wrapped with tan deerskin leather, adorned with brass arrows and finished with a unakite point.
Unakite Jasper is also called Epidote, for its main component deriving from Greek 'epidosis' meaning "growing together." An amalgamation of red jasper, pink feldspar and green epidote, Unakite is solidly bound together and is said to symbolize "what comes together belongs together." It is named for the Unaka Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina, where it was first found, but is also found in pebbles and boulders in glacial drifts around the Great Lakes, as well as Zimbabwe and Switzerland.
Unakite has this calm energy that encourages self love. It helps one to see the beauty behind their flaws, along with the flaws of others. This allows for one to openly radiate love, which then attracts love from others. It fills one with an unconditional bond of love for all inhabitants of Earth, which signifies "what comes together belongs together." It promotes peace, connection and reunion.