Teardrop Ammolite Gold Pendant


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Teardrop Ammolite Gold Pendant

Adorne yourself with our elegant Teardrop Ammolite Gold Pendant. The pendant features a polished, iridescent Ammolite gemstone in a teardrop shape, set in a durable .925 sterling silver base with a 2-3 micron gold plating.

The high-quality plating ensures the longevity of the pendant’s finish, while the unique natural patterns of the Ammolite create a stunning display of colours. Perfect for any occasion, this pendant will add a touch of sophistication and glamour to your outfit.

Complete your look with one of our chains here.

Ammolite Meanings

Prosperity, well-being, improving flow of energy, elemental power, longevity

Chakras: All

Elements: All

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Number: 7

Ammolite Crystal Healing Properties

Ammolites are thought to be a high vibration stone believed to help activate both the etheric and physical DNA. As such, awakening our awareness to the “perfect” human state, in order to bring about evolutionary shifts in consciousness. Ammolites carry the full spectrum of colours of the first 7 chakras. This ancient shell is in the form of a spiral. As such, chakra energy flows in a spiral and so they may be used to improve the flow of energy or chi and transform negative energy into positive energy. Ammolites are believed to increase stamina, relieve trauma and be used in meditation to connect with past lives. They are thought to be stones of luck, prosperity and well-being, as such, they’re believed to help alleviate depression and exhaustion.

History and Uses

Ammolite, also called gem Ammonite or Korite, is taken from the name of the Ancient Egyptian God Ammon, who was represented by a ram’s head with twisted horns. This representation looked similar to the shell of the Ammonites which existed in prehistoric times. In the tradition of Feng Shui, it is called the Seven Colour Prosperity Stone. The beautiful iridescent colours of Ammolite in all the shades of the rainbow, represent the harmonious balance of fire, earth, metal, water, and wood.

Furthermore, it is believed that the Ammolite absorbed all the knowledge of the universe, and is therefore able to enhance wisdom, increase wealth and improve the flow of chi. Placed in the home, it is said to transform negative energy, bring harmony and increase the vitality of the occupants and their visitors. The Blackfoot Indians refer to it as Buffalo Stone because it brought luck to the wearer during the buffalo hunt.

Care Instructions:

Ammolite, being an organic gemstone, requires extra care; do not use a commercial cleaning solution or ultrasonic cleaner and don’t leave it soaking in liquid. Keep it away from perfumes, hairspray and household chemicals.

Geological Description

Ammolite is an organic (biogenic) gemstone, like pearls and amber, with a hardness of 3.5 – 5. It is formed from the iridescent shells (mother of pearl or nacre) of fossilised Ammonites, a type of ancient nautilus.

They first existed in the Devonian period (over 400 million years ago) and went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. Ammonites were mollusks with shells that were tightly coiled on a single plane like a wheel. The shells of ammonites had hollow chambers separated by walls called septa. A tube called the siphuncle, connected the body with the chambers allowing the animal to fill them with water or air, changing its buoyancy in order to rise or descend in the ocean water column.

The soft-bodied animal living in this shell most-likely resembled an octopus but with shorter arms. Only the last and largest chamber was occupied by the living animal, as it matured and grew, larger chambers were added at the opening.

Ammonites varied in size from 2 meters (6.5 feet) down to 2 cm (0.75 inches) in diameter. The Ammonites, like all molluscs, secreted aragonite (a form of calcium carbonate and conchiolin) called nacre to form layers which built up over time. These layers diffract light at different intensities creating an iridescent vivid coloured crystalline surface much like the Paua shells of modern times.

Ammolites are found in the Bearpaw Shale Formation in Alberta Canada and their wonderful colours are thought to have been created by the conditions in which they were formed. The inland subtropical sea, referred to now as the Western Interior Seaway, just east of the Rocky Mountains near Alberta Canada, receded near the end of the Mesozoic era and all the Ammonites died. Their remains were covered in mineral rich volcanic ash which flowed down from the mountains in rivers and buried the ammonites in a series of compressed layers of bentonite clay.


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Product Dimensions
Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 1.3 × 0.9 × 0.5 cm

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Jewellery Care & 1 Year Warranty

In jewellery form, some crystals are more hardy than others. For everyday wearers, we recommend crystals that fall in the Quartz family or have a Moh's hardness level of over 5.5-6. Avoid excessive water exposure, especially in pools or the ocean and any harsh chemicals. Delicate crystals like Amber, Moonstone, Opal, and iron-based meteorites need gentle handling due to potential discolouration or structural risks. Store safely, and clean with care. Rest assured that our 1-year jewellery warranty covers any manufacturing defects. With proper care, we expect your pieces to last many years to come. In our 18 years of business, we still wear some treasures from our original collection! Learn more about our warranty and care guide here.