Which question arose for you first: "What is bird's-eye speedwell?" or "What kind of stone is this?" or perhaps, "Who would dye turquoise purple?!" Inquiring minds need to know! I can answer some of your questions: The tiny four-petaled blue flower in the center of the necklace stone resembles the Bird's-eye or common Speedwell (Veronica persica), a pretty little blue, four-petaled garden weed originally from Eurasia. We couldn't go naming the necklace after the Heavenly Blue which has no separate petals or the five-petaled Bengal Clock Vine or Forget-me-nots! No. Azure Bluets have four petals but the slender petals are widely spaced, unlike our flower. "Veronica" might have been a lovely name too, I'll gladly rename it if your name is Veronica!
As to the nature of the stones in this set: they are dyed, copper-infused, composite turquoise. It is called "copper mosaic turquoise." As I understand it, bits of turquoise are dyed various colors, in this case a variety of purples, then the material is compressed with copper-infused resin to form the pretty stones you see here. This is quite a departure for me since usually I prefer natural stones, as you know. However I thought these stones were pretty cool so bought some in four different color ranges. You may see other pieces soon with the other colors... or not. I can only seem to make what calls out to me at the moment, so we'll see when I can get to them.
So what do you think? This is a very unusual set and you have to admit the amethyst and turquoise colors are downright yummy... perhaps it calls to you? If so please order it today!