Llanite and Sodalite sterling bead necklace 315

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Item details

Handmade

Material

Crystal, Gemstone, Glass, Pearl & shell, Silver

Dimensions

Necklace length: 20 Inches; Pendant height: 1 7/8 Inches; Pendant width: 1 7/8 Inches

A polished cabochon of Llanite and another of Sodalite set in sterling silver is the focal point of this necklace. Llanite is a type of rhyolitic igneous rock found only in Llano county, Texas. It has inclusions of feldspar and hexagonal blue quartz crystals within the spotted brown matrix. Sodalite is a rich blue tectosillicate mineral, with opaque blue areas and translucent crystal areas. Large deposits of Sodalite are found in Canada, but also in Maine, Arkansas, South America, Russia and Greenland. I set the two horizontally positioned stones in a scalloped sterling silver bezel, and backed them with 24 gauge sterling silver sheet. I created the hanger with multiple coils of half round sterling silver, large enough for Sarah to string the beads through the opening. The beads pull out the browns of the Llanite and the blues of the Sodalite. These beads include a variety of Sodalite shapes, Pietersite, cultured pearls, Swarovski crystal, and Czech glass. There are multiple sterling silver spacer beads, and large triangular shaped sterling focal beads, which adds to the silver sheen of the necklace. The hook and loop clasp is also sterling silver. This necklace is 20 inches in length, and the pendant centerpiece is 1 7/8 inches high and wide. There are matching earrings available, which include Sodalite, brown Moukaite, Swarovski crystal, and sterling; and measure 1 inch in length. This variegated colored necklace will go great with a wide variety of colors in clothing, both casual and more formal wear. This will be sure to turn heads!
A polished cabochon of Llanite and another of Sodalite set in sterling silver is the focal point of this necklace. Llanite is a type of rhyolitic igneous rock found only in Llano county, Texas. It has inclusions of feldspar and hexagonal blue quartz crystals within the spotted brown matrix. Sodalite is a rich blue tectosillicate mineral, with opaque blue areas and translucent crystal areas. Large deposits of Sodalite are found in Canada, but also in Maine, Arkansas, South America, Russia and Greenland. I set the two horizontally positioned stones in a scalloped sterling silver bezel, and backed them with 24 gauge sterling silver sheet. I created the hanger with multiple coils of half round sterling silver, large enough for Sarah to string the beads through the opening. The beads pull out the browns of the Llanite and the blues of the Sodalite. These beads include a variety of Sodalite shapes, Pietersite, cultured pearls, Swarovski crystal, and Czech glass. There are multiple sterling silver spacer beads, and large triangular shaped sterling focal beads, which adds to the silver sheen of the necklace. The hook and loop clasp is also sterling silver. This necklace is 20 inches in length, and the pendant centerpiece is 1 7/8 inches high and wide. There are matching earrings available, which include Sodalite, brown Moukaite, Swarovski crystal, and sterling; and measure 1 inch in length. This variegated colored necklace will go great with a wide variety of colors in clothing, both casual and more formal wear. This will be sure to turn heads!

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