2 Necklaces and a bracelet

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Handcrafted Sterling Silver Flower And Freshwater Pearl Necklace


Daintily this sterling silver artisan handcrafted flower dangles while surrounded by burgundy freshwater rice pearls. Sterling silver findings and clasp complete the look.

Flower measures 3/4″ wide by 1″ tall.

Necklace measures 17 1/2″.

Sterling Sunrise Necklace


Hill Tribes Thai sterling silver charms drift in faceted rondelle Czech glass beads. The colors of these beads are so rich and reminiscent of the first morning sun. Shades of caramel and olive are prominent with flecks of red intertwined. A sterling silver clasp and findings complete the look.

Hill Tribes charms… created completely by hand in the remote mountain areas of Thailand. Made using centuries-old, traditional methods in distinctive Hill Tribes styling. These are made of a higher purity than 92.5% sterling silver. Because the actual range is 95-99% purity, these charms are softer, have a whiter color and will not tarnish as readily as sterling silver.

Necklace measures 18″.

Chrysocolla and Sterling Silver Charm Bracelet


For thousands of years chrysocolla has been known throughout the world as a stone of calming reconciliation and reassurance. In ancient Egypt, it was called the “wise stone” because it shielded and encouraged the mind during negotiations. Those who wore it generally came up with clever compromises and resolutions. This stone also has the ability to help people who are violent to become more sensitive and tolerant which is why, as an ambassador, Cleopatra wore chrysocolla jewelry everywhere she went.

The rich, vibrant blue and green colors of chrysocolla are reminiscent of looking down upon the earth’s surface from space.

These Chrysocolla gemstones are nestled with 3 sterling silver charms in a floral motiff plus one sterling silver bead. Sterling silver findings and clasp hold it all together.

Bracelet measures 7 3/4″ from end to end.

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