A spectacular necklace that evolved around a beautiful piece of dichroic glass which reminded me of flames shooting off into the night. St Elmo's fire is a natural phenomenon and I will talk about it on my blog this week. The necklace depicts a starry night that erupts into flames all over the left side of the piece, while the right side has twinkly crystals and pearls amongst other pretty elements. The back is covered by ultrasuede.
At it's widest, the necklace is about 2.5" and it sits close around the neck, with a double toggle clasp that allows a 2" drop if required by your neckline.
This is a truly beautiful evening necklace, and as it is light and flexible, it is easy to wear. It has been an extremely labour intensive piece to make, but I have enjoyed every minute of it. I'm sure you will love it too. This piece is eminently suitable for those who like a showpiece but do not want it to be too big.