This elegant necklace shimmers with the iridescence of the sea, which is fitting because it features a gemstone plucked from its very depths. A gorgeous disc-shaped white pearl swings gently next to a prong-set labradorite, suspended from a 21" sterling silver chain and adorned with 14 karat yellow gold findings. The chain has an additional jump ring that allows it to be worn at the shorter length of 19." The roughly 1" diameter pearl shows subtle hints of pink and mauve in the light, and the 3/8" by 1/8" faceted labradorite glows with hues of green, teal, blue and violet.
Melissa Joy Manning has been making jewelry in her Berkeley, California studio for almost 15 years. She is known for her earthy, edgy designs, many of which feature raw gemstones and asymmetrical design elements. She is committed to sourcing her raw materials from ecologically and socially responsible suppliers, and most of the silver and gold she uses is recycled.
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