This Southwestern necklace is fine silver with a labradorite stone with blue flashes. The stone represents a moonrise or even a sunrise, a promise of new beginnings with the rays of the lower element fanning out from the stone. This kinetic necklace has tiny silver bars joining the two elements. The top element is embossed with a sea urchin shell fragment. The labradorite stone flashes blue when caught in the light.
This necklace was entirely handmade by me, in my California studio. The pendant is fine silver .999 pure and it hangs from a sterling silver .925 thick snake chain. The chain is 16" long, but if you prefer 18" just let me know at checkout and I will be happy to switch at no extra charge.
The pendant measures 1.5" from the top of the bail to the bottom of the sunset. At the widest, it measures just over 1".
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