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The Gemstone Circle Collection is inspired by organic forms seen in nature. These pendants contain intricate vignettes of tendrils and swirls weaved in sterling silver. The gemstones lend themselves to being interpreted as flower buds, or dew drops, given their faceted glistening nature

The whole scene is captured within a circle, where the negative space created by it, balances out the “chaotic” organic elements, mimicking nature itself.


This particular necklace is inspired by a Woodland landscape. It contains 3 beautiful , luminescent golden honey AAA Cognac Quartz faceted gemstones (the largest is 11 x 8mm), which are nestled amongst sterling silver tendrils and organic woven elements

The circle is sculpted in sterling silver with my signature swirls and embellishments. The pendant is a 32mm x 32mm circle hanging from an 18 inch sterling silver rolo chain. It has also been oxidised to give the piece an antiqued appearance, and to highlight the intricate weaving

Each gemstone circle is a unique one of a kind piece of wearable art, and is perfect for a special occasion

The shipping costs do not include insurance and tracking, if you wish to include these, for peace of mind, then please contact me for a quote. See shop policies for more details

RESERVED - Cognac Quartz and Sterling Silver Wire Sculpted Necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: sterling silver, sterling, silver, necklace, cognac quartz, quartz, gemstone
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 23 reviews
  • Favorited by: 237 people