Necklaces

Penelope

Oh Penelope, she’s a riot! This four strand necklace is made of pink coral 5-6mm drums and olive shell heishi. The strands are gathered by silver cones and finished with a lobster clasp and silver chain making the length adjustable. Pink coral is one of my favorite materials to create jewelry with. Penelope can be yours today if you want! The price includes a really sturdy and nice black velvet necklace box to tuck her into at night. It will be hard to see her go, but I hope she is adopted by someone who will love and cherish her as much as I do.
Price: $85
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

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Meet Zazzle. This is a truly unique necklace that people won’t stop looking at! Orange coal spikes give it a flare that sets it apart from anything normal. Paired with green mother of pearl discs, the natural colors keep the distinctive look without looking going overboard. Isn’t she spicy?!
Price: $40
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

Eleanor

Eleanor, don’t call her Lenny, she hates it. She’s that super classy, sweet, yet bold Elder that lives down the street and always dresses to impress (but sometimes wears too much lipstick), even if she’s just going to the grocery store. She’s a single strand turquoise stone necklace that’s sure to bring her owner a great deal of love from others. The stones graduate from as small as 9mm to slightly larger than a quarter. Each stone is spaced by a single sterling silver saucer and she’s finished with a silver cone and lobster clasp. The sterling silver loop connecting to the lobster clasp is soldered closed so it’s sure never to slip open or break. Lots of love went into this classic look. The price includes a quality black velvet necklace box for safe keeping.
Price: $195
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

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Meet Anya. A beautiful three strand dentalium and black onyx necklace. The dentalium shell is found along the northwest arctic coast. Used as a form of currency for Indigenous people, wealth can be measured by wearing multiple strands of the delicate shell.
Price: $65
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

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This necklace is named, Oscar. Red coral disks are evenly spaced with sterling silver saucer shaped beads. There are two sections of this necklace made of twenty real turquoise disks (total) stacked together and separated by sterling silver cylinder beads to create a dramatic pop of color. The style is gender neutral but is often worn by men. It is finished with seven silver 8mm rounds and a lobster clasp with sterling silver jump ring. There is a splash of turquoise near the clasp to drawn out that blue and add additional quality. The price does include a sturdy black velvet necklace box to keep him looking fierce.
Price: $95
To see additional photos of Nathan or to adopt, click HERE.

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Meet Betty. She is a beautiful hand crafted three strand Coral and Turquoise necklace. Red coral accents the stunning blue/green in natural turquoise. White coral spacers and silver beads add to this necklace to give it detail and distinction. Made with real turquoise.
Price: $75
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

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Meet Duchess. Stunning Mother of Pearl necklace accented with red coal and dark grey glass crystals. This piece is great to wear for work or an evening out to add some pop to your outfit. The color combination and natural materials used make this piece stand out from the rest. Be original and bold with this gorgeous addition to your wardrobe.
Price: $35
To see additional photos or to purchase this necklace, click HERE.

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