Mood Cross Necklace
Mood Cross Necklace
Item BF2C - Mood Cross Necklace that features the "Mood" epoxy inside a cross pendant. Just like the style of mood jewelry from the 1970's mood rings that were all the rage ( trending by today"s standards, LOL ).
Mood Cross Choker Details:
- Item code BF2C
- Heat sensitive thermochromic color fill
- Silver Lead Free / Nickle Free Zinc Alloy pendant is lead free
- 18 inch black cotton cord choker with silver accent beads
- Round Pendant measures 5/8 inch round
This round pendant with cross is filled with a very heat sensitive thermochromic color fill. This fast acting thermochromic mood color epoxy will smoothly transition to many shades of colors with a touch of a warm or cold finger. Fun to watch it in action. The mood pendant is made from a lead free /nickle free silver zinc alloy and the choker is strung on a black cotton cord with beads that measure 18 inches long. This choker has a lobster claw closure for easy on easy off application.
Its a unique cross necklace that you can have loads of fun trying to get the cross to change all the colors of God's rainbow (Genesis 9:13) . This cross pendant is engraved with a deep channel in the center of the pendant. Once all the metal is removed we pour in the reactive heat sensitive epoxy. When the mood epoxy is hardened in a few hours it creates a nice layer of heat sensitive epoxy that is colorful and smooth. The cross pendant alone is made from high quality zinc alloy, with textured backside.
MOOD JEWELRY is a FAD, but we like itThe mood ring was created in 1975 by two New York inventors, Josh Reynolds and Maris Ambats, who bonded liquid crystals with quartz stones set into rings. I have since lost mine, but I purchase one in 1976. It was so cool that it rapidly became a huge fad in the 1970s. I still love mood jewelry and it is a fad that will never die.
What is MOOD JEWELRYMood jewelry contains a thermochromic element, such as liquid crystal that changes colors based upon the temperature of the wearer. Our mood jewelry comes with a Forgiven Jewelry color chart indicating the supposed mood of the wearer based upon the colors indicated on the jewelry item.