ART TO WEAR
HANDCRAFTED DESIGNER NECKLACE
This large Ocean Flower pendant is created with natural tumbled shells to mimic gentle movements in the current of the sea.
The red sponge corals give dramatic accent to turquoise freeform nuggets and matching Swarovski crystals.
The pairing of red coral with turquoise is among the most beautiful contrasting gem combination.
Coral is a very universal accompaniment gem in turquoise jewelry, and its different hues of red can dramatically highlight the ocean tones of turquoise.
Turquoise has the power to spice up any outfit.
pendant size: 50mm
necklace length 20 inches
silver toggle clasp
is the second Birthstone
Turquoise is an opaque, blue-to-green mineral. It is rare and valuable and has been prized as a gem and ornamental stone for thousands of years due to its unique aqua hue. The pastel shades of turquoise have endeared it to many great cultures of antiquity: it has adorned the rulers of Ancient Egypt, the Aztecs, Persia, Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley, and ancient China. The most well-known jewelry pieces incorporating turquoise are those recovered from Tutankhamun’s tomb, most notably the Pharaoh's iconic burial mask which was liberally inlaid with the stone. Even to this day, we follow the same design principles of combining turquoise with other gemstones as our ancestors. Turquoise with coral for example is absolutely timeless.
SWAROVSKI is the brand name for a range of precision-cut crystal glass and related luxury products.
The Crystal Elements brand of Swarovski cuts and polishes each and every facet to its utmost brilliance to inspire the finest creations of the world.
The Swarovski brand crystals are arguably the highest quality crystals available.
Daniel Swarovski (1862 – 1956) was born in northern Bohemia (now the Czech Republic).
His father was a glass cutter who owned a small glass factory.
It was here that a young Daniel served an apprenticeship, becoming skilled in the art of glass-cutting.
The crystal products are fashioned by Swarovski Company now located in Austria.