This is a large piece meant to be worn when you want to be noticed. Trust me, people will talk to you. They'll want something like this, but there will never be another one. Not even close.
The top stone is called Plume Agate. It comes from the Owyhee Mountains of Oregon. There are plumes of creamy white, orange, and brown. Because it's an agate, there is a translucence as you look deep into the stone.
The two side stones are called Parral Agate. They're found in Chihuahua, Mexico, and are named for the nearby village of Hidalgo del Parral.
The bottom stone is carnelian.
The pendant is about 3 1/4" tall by 4 1/2" wide. It is suspended on a 20" sterling silver mesh chain.
I wrote a blog post about the making of this piece. You'll find it here.
“Acorn struggles in pain to crack the hard shell and emerge...It feels that there is a sun, even if Acorn hasn't seen it. It has felt some warmth and energy and it aches for more.” Robin Rumi, Naked Morsels: Short Stories of Spiritual Erotica