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"Elven Leaf." This magical necklace features an exquisitely detailed vintage-style leaf charm, accented with a stunning, AAAA grade labradorite teardrop and joined to an oxidized sterling silver chain by two fiery little labradorite rondelles. This labradorite flashes such a beautiful shade of seafoam green, with a hint of aqua blue--the little rondelles flicker in shades of green and teal, and the dark patina on the sterling silver lends the piece a fairytale feel. This necklace reminds us of the elven city of Rivendell, in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy. Labradorite is one of the most coveted exotic gems in the world, known as a stone of inspiration and protection. This necklace would be a lovely and meaningful gift for anyone you care about (including you).

The leaf is about 7/8 of an inch long, and the labradorite hangs down about half an inch from the bottom of the leaf. The necklace itself is about 17 inches long, with a lobster claw clasp. Wire, chain, and clasp are all oxidized sterling silver. The leaf is natural brass with a permanent antiqued silver finish.

Need a length adjustment? Prefer bright silver instead of oxidized? No problem--Just let us know in the "message to seller" box when you check out.

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Labradorite Necklace, Leaf Necklace, AAAA Grade Labradorite--"Elven Leaf" by CircesHouse on Etsy


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: aaaa grade labradorite, oxidized sterling silver, brass with antiqued silver finish
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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