Cobalt blue Sea Glass Gold Necklace - Long
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Utterly stunning, one of a kind sea glass necklace featuring a perfectly frosted rare cobalt blue nugget. The glass nugget is wrapped in gold wire and hangs from a long chain which has a second, smaller piece of blue glass suspended from it. This necklace lets the stunning glass be centre stage, either wear it long with the large blue nugget hanging down or slide both the pieces of glass next to each other for a duo cluster of glass.
Cobalt sea glass is very rare and this nugget combines beautifully with the warmth of the 14k gold filled chain. This necklace is a perfect hand crafted unique gift for a friend or loved one, and will remind the wearer of the opulent treasures of the ocean.
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💧FREE DELIVERY IN AUSTRALIA
Necklace Length -75cm
- Antique seaglass, 14ct gold filled chain. Please note you will receive this exact necklace.
- 💧Estimated shipping times:
Australia: 2-6 business days with Australia Post standard shipping which includes tracking. Express postage is available - please select at checkout.
Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
New Zealand: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 5-8 business days.
United States: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 7-12 business days.
Europe: Express Postage with Australia Post should take 7-12 business days.
💧The international delivery times shown may be delayed by Coronavirus disruptions.
💧Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply to their order.
"I have bought many beautiful pieces of jewellery from these lovely ladies. I recently bought a stunning necklace for my niece, special Birthday, and currently have on order, a necklace and earrings in gorgeous Teal! ... Can’t wait! When you have a piece made to order, it will totally exceed your expectations! Every piece is unique and made with care, and love. I would highly recommend if you want something really special.”
Hilary Cole, Sydney