The word pewter may conjure images of colonial Americans drinking tankards of ale while discussing the Boston Tea Party, but this soft-luster metal can be a beautiful addition to a beaded necklace or bracelet.
First created by the Romans, early pewter was comprised of a tin and lead mixture, but the health drawbacks caused by ingestion of lead eventually became well-known and the metal eventually morphed into a non-deadly concoction of tin, antimony, and copper.
As a young girl slept she found solace holding her clear-white Quartz Crystal in her hand. She worried she would drop it as she slept, but then would wake to realize she still had it in her hand. Before she goes to bed and when she would wake, she prays to hold her Quartz Crystal for strength, focus, and energy.
She felt it helped transform and restore her emotionally from day-to-day. She was able to take on everyday experiences knowing that peace and harmony surrounded her. She didn’t wallow in everyday issues.