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Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls

joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls
joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls joyelly Long green onyx necklace, with white baroque pearls
Euro 130,00
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Length: 39.40 inches.

Detail Materials:
- Green Onyx gemstones, faceted rondelles, dim. about 3.5 mm;
- Natural white baroque pearl, dim. about 30x15 mm;
- Solid pure silver nuggets;
- Sterling silver lobster clasp, made in Italy, weight 0,42 gr., nickel free;
- Professional steel beading wire;

Description:
Long and thin minimalist necklace, made with faceted genuine green onyx rondelles, nice green emerald color.
A big natural baroque pearl is arranged laterally, to create an asymmetric gentle effect and to give originality.

To complete and to make precious there are some pure and solid silver pepite

Bright and elegant, it is perfect with every outfit.

Long, thin and elegant, this necklace can be worn on any occasion and with any outfit, as it is or by doing two or three loops around the neck.

We have the other long necklace: https://www.joyelly.com/filtro.php?tag=long&lang=en&sub=sub

Nice gift idea for degree, best friend, sister, mother...

Handcrafted necklace, handmade with high quality materials and love.

What is Karen Hill Tribe Silver?

Karen Hill Tribe Silver is a high purity silver (97%-99%) that will not tarnish as readily as sterling silver (92.5%). These fair trade beads are handcrafted by Karen Hill Tribe artisans in Thailand.

The Karen Hill Tribe is the largest of the 6 principal hill tribes of Thailand. Historically the Karen tribe relied primarily on opium cultivation as their main source of income. In the early 1960's, the King & Queen of Thailand decided to help the Karen people develop an alternative to growing opium as their main source of income by teaching them a a new skill. Silversmiths were brought in to teach Karen farmers the art of jewelry and bead making using fine silver. These techniques are now passed down to each generation, enabling them to use their craft to sustain the tribe as a whole.



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