22" of delicate orange coral teardrop beads, carrying a sterling silver dual colour pendant set with lapis lazuli and a turquoise with a little coral dangle that matches the coral in the necklace. The teardrop shaped beads resemble petals that have been strung together into a garland with a couple of fairly large, hand faceted lapis lazuli beads from Jaipur.
Channeling the spirit of the bohemian surrealist Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, this necklace is wistfully evocative of interesting times - you will love the way it sits around your neck, light yet substantial, with an ornamental toggle clasp to close. Lie back and smell the flowers in this necklace!
Worn during the day or the evening, this necklace goes with everything and bring a smile to everyone who looks at it - you will find yourself looking in windows at your reflection just to break into a delighted smile. The clasp is a very pretty handmade hook, embellished with a daisy. Bright, beautiful and summer-ready, calling out with the vibrancy of Capri and the Mambo Italiano.
The beautiful pendant is set in silver, with a triangular red jasper, streaked in yellow and crowned by three lovely moonstones. The pendant is flanked by two corrugated hollow silver beads.
Box clasp closure.
Although both the quartz and haematite sparkle, the necklace can be worn both day and night.
22" of beautiful citrine slabs cut through translucent quartz into crystalline toffee coloured citrine that shines and glimmers in the light, interspersed with pale honey coloured amber beads, accented with antiqued silver beads and turquoise, carries a pendant of moldavite, turquoise and onyx set in .925% silver.
The citrine nuggets are sliced through a slab of druzy which shines and sparkles in the light - no photograph can do it justice. Ornamental box clasp closure.
The rough piece of olive green moldavite, the citrine slabs and the beauty of the turquoise - all the elements together reminded me of a visit to the beautiful town of Positano, with its dramatic vertical panorama of colours; the green of the Monti Lattari, the white, pink and yellow of the Mediterranean houses, the silvery grey of its pebble beaches and the blue of the sea.