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Peanutwood Jasper Pendant

This stunning Peanutwood Jasper Pendant is the ideal accessory for a delicate neckline and a great addition to any jewelry collection. Wearing it on special occasions can add a unique touch of the wearer's personality to their overall look. When styled with elegance and flair, this pendant is sure to turn heads and make a statement. It's a wonderful gift for anyone who loves vibrant and beautiful jewelry, and it has been crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail using 92.5 pure sterling silver.

Peanut wood jasper is a remarkable stone that's often used in the creation of exquisite 925 sterling silver jewelry. Its patterns give it the appearance of petrified wood, and it's believed to help keep the wearer grounded and calm when emotions run high. This stone is typically found in Western Australia and is said to resonate particularly well with those born in March. Not only does wearing peanut wood jasper offer spiritual and emotional protection but it's also believed to bring good fortune and success to its wearer. Overall, this stone has a stabilizing effect and can help instill a sense of confidence.

Elegant Peanut Wood Jasper Jewelry at Wholesale Price

Jasper, a member of the quartz family, is a gemstone consisting of impure and opaque silicon dioxide. The name "Jasper" comes from the Greek term "spotted stone," which refers to its varied appearance of stripes, multicolored spots, and flames. Due to its density and up to 20% foreign materials, jasper is rarely uniformly shaped.

Peanut wood jasper, a type of fossilized or petrified wood, is formed when agate replaces the organic material during the decomposition process. Before petrification, driftwood in the ocean was attacked by small marine shellfish called "teredo," creating small tunnels throughout the wood. The wood then became waterlogged and sank to the muddy ocean floor. Sediments filled the boreholes before the petrification process began approximately 70 million years ago.

Some believe that peanut wood is a petro and that the wood gradually turned into stone over time. Peanut wood jasper has light-colored boreholes that resemble peanuts in assorted chocolates. It is extracted from Western Australia, near the town of Carnarvon, and appears as a jewel boulder with shades ranging from chocolate brown to black. It also displays geometric markings in creamy to stark white shades that are generally peanut sized and ovular, which are remnants of the jewel boulder.

Throughout history, peanut wood jasper has been thought to possess grounding energies that stabilize the wearer's emotions. It is said to calm the unsettling emotions of fear of survival, which many spiritual teachers believe is the lesson to learn on earth. Additionally, it is said that the wearer of peanut wood jasper understands the practical side of every situation that life brings.

Naturally Sourced Peanut Wood Jasper Jewelry – The Jewel of the Cosmos

February's birthstone and zodiac of Aquarius are both associated with peanut wood jasper. This gemstone ranks 6.5-7 on the Mohs scale, making it harder than opal. It comes in various colors, including grey, greyish-brown, brown, violet, blue, red, green, and yellow, and has a vitreous to greasy luster with white streaks. Its organic material is sometimes replaced by agate when it deteriorates, and it is considered a semi-precious stone due to its properties.

When purchasing peanut wood jasper jewelry, you may wonder if it is the same as petrified wood. However, this is not the case. Our skilled jewelry artists at Rananjay Exports produce unique pieces of peanut wood jasper rings, earrings, necklaces, and pendants using cabochons polished from the gemstone. It's interesting to note that most peanut wood jasper originated from conifer trees in Western Australia.

Wearing peanut wood jasper is thought to provide a variety of benefits. It is said to aid in achieving higher states of meditation, which leads to increased mental strength and stability. It also helps to increase one's drive to make decisions and stick to them and encourages focus on immediate tasks while also improving mental and physical activity. Peanut wood jasper is believed to stabilize and improve physical disorders, including bone and back pain, dermal and hair issues, as well as conditions like Alzheimer's, Osteoporosis, and Arthritis. Additionally, it is believed to be effective in healing the root, solar plexus, and sacral chakras.

Boost Your Gemstone Jewelry Business with Rananjay Exports

Rananjay Exports is a manufacturer and supplier of wholesale gemstone jewelry based in India, with its main factory located in Sitapura, Jaipur. Since 2013, it has been successfully serving the gemstone industry with the goal of becoming the largest and most trustworthy wholesale jewelry manufacturer and supplier. Our determination to make things easier for retailers stemmed from witnessing the struggles of the retail jewelry business. Our successes were not achieved overnight, as we encountered several ups and downs. Participating in trade shows, both nationally and internationally, played a significant role in our success.

At Rananjay Exports, we cater to the requirements of all types of businesses, whether big or small, online or physical, local or international. Our inventory of a hundred varieties of gemstones with various textures and finishes is emptied quickly due to our dedication to meeting the needs of every customer. We understand the significance of jewelry in a person's life, as it is not just an accessory that fashion enthusiasts wear but also a representation of their personality. We create bridge jewelry for jewelry lovers and are a reliable wholesaler that exports our jewelry worldwide while importing the best quality gemstones. We have the Certificate of Importer-Exporter Code (IEC), which is required for any business involved in import or export. The Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) issues this certificate, and certain qualifications must be met to obtain it.

Our jewelry is available in a broad range of gemstones, including amethyst, Nanosital, pearl, jasper, and jade. Although our jewelry is made with 92.5 sterling silver, we plate them with rhodium to prevent tarnishing and enhance their longevity. Necklaces, rings, pendants, and bracelets are just a few examples of our jewelry. All our jewelry is BIS-approved, and we have BISGOLD and BISSILVER certifications. If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at (+91) 9116124275 or via email at

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