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Handmade lampwork bead, pearl and sterling silver necklace featuring a bright blue and ivory lampwork bead, sterling silver seashell, white freshwater pearl, and Aquamarine AB Swarovski crystal.

This perfect summer necklace is composed of a 17mm SRA artisan crafted lampwork bead. The ocean themed bead is half azure blue and half silvered ivory with an ivory wave. Fine silver drops add sparkle. A sterling silver seashell, white freshwater pearl, and Aquamarine AB Swarovski crystal accompany the lampwork bead. A sterling silver cable chain with lobster clasp and 4mm Aquamarine Swarovski crystals complete this lovely necklace. This necklace is secured by a sterling silver lobster clasp.

This necklace is 18 inches long.

Tidal Wave Earrings
https://www.etsy.com/listing/58592754/blue-white-glass-bead-earrings-ocean

This necklace is also available in mint green and pink

https://www.etsy.com/listing/102743223/ocean-necklace-beach-necklace-green

https://www.etsy.com/listing/103290084/beach-necklace-seashell-necklace-pink


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Beach Necklace, Ocean Necklace, Blue White Wave Lampwork Necklace, Seashell Necklace, Charm Necklace, Summer Beadwork Necklace - Tidal Wave

$38.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sra artisan lampwork focal bead, swarovski crystals, sterling silver beads, sterling silver chain, sterling silver wire, sterling silver lobster clasp, freshwater pearl
  • Ships worldwide from Maryland, United States
  • Feedback: 2671 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2138 people