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Lapis Lazuli Pendants

Welcome to our lapis lazuli pendants page.

Lapis is a very deep blue colour and often speckled with flakes of blue, white and green, and here you can see our ranges of pendants in this gemstone.

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Sundari Pendant Lapis Lazuli Blue MORE INFO...
Sundari Pendant Lapis Lazuli Blue
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Pendant Lapis Lazuli
Pendant Lapis Lazuli MORE INFO...
Pendant Lapis Lazuli

More about Pendants

At Sundari we are always trying to bring our spectacular varieties of gemstones to the forefront in our pendant ranges. This is because pendants can quite often be excused for being more unusual in shape, and design than other types of jewellery so we really go to town with large ranges of one off designs.

Our ranges of pendants can come in the more popular gemstones such as amethyst, garnet, and black onyx, as well as the more unusual chalcedony, a variety of different agate stones, and also various types of rutilated quartz. So if you are looking for something to really get peoples attention then you have some to the right place.

Many of our pendants come with a snake or curb chain included in the price so you won't have to worry about any suprises during the checkout process here.

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More about the Lapis Lazuli gemstone

Lapis is the Latin for ’stone’ and lazuli the genitive form of the Medieval Latin lazulum, which is from the Arabic lazaward, which is ultimately from the Persian لاژورد lajward, the name of a place where lapis lazuli was mined. The name of the place came to be associated with the stone mined there and eventually, with its colour. The English word azure, the Spanish and Portuguese azul, and the Italian azzurro are cognates. Taken as a whole, lapis lazuli means “stone of azure”.

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