This beautiful seaglass necklace features an incredibly rare grey-blue nugget collected from a beach in Iceland. The sea glass nugget is hand-wrapped in gold wire and suspended from a 14k gold-filled long chain, and sits next to a solid 14k gold teardrop charm. At the clasp, for an extra touch, is a rough-cut grey diamond.
The gold charm is cast from a real sea glass nugget, so still carries some of the texture and detail of the glass in its surface.
The rich hue of the seaglass nugget glows beautifully in contrast to the minimalist gold chain. Rich in history, seaglass has spent decades tumbling in the ocean to become a soft smooth frosted shape.
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Specifications: Chain Length: 46 cm/18.11" adjustable by 1 inch Seaglass pendant length: Approx. 2cm/ .78" Pendant Width: 1.7cm/.67" Gold nugget length: 1cm/.39" Gold nugget width: .5cm/.19"
One-of-a-kind. The chain is made from 14ct gold-filled (not plated) - which refers to the technique of bonding a layer of pure gold to a base metal. The process is permanent and the gold does not rub off like gold-plating can. All jump rings are solid 14ct gold. Features 1 grey rough diamond and one solid gold pebble charm.
Estimated shipping times: Australia: 2-6 business days. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose. Customs and import taxes may also influence delivery times. 💧Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply to their order.
Customer Review: "I first noticed Kriket's amazing seaglass jewelry on Instagram. Classic pieces that show the beauty of the seaglass. I was lucky enough to have her create a beautiful seaglass ring for me. Kriket is the most patient person I have met as I kept changing my mind. Thankfully I listened to her advice and am now the lucky owner of a beautiful piece of her seaglass jewelry. Kriket has also made pieces for me for gifts which were posted directly to the Birthday girl and was beautifully presented. Her quality and workmanship is second to none and she collects the most amazing sea glass I have ever seen. I am hooked!!" Kym Wimberley, Qld, Australia.