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The Flower Toggle clasp becomes the focal piece of this necklace … but the show stoppers are the 8 faceted nuggets that lead up each side! Stunning and FULL of flash, these gems are free form faceted nuggets that average ½” in length.

Now let’s talk about the remaining gems in the necklace. The Moonstone smooth rondelles are nestled between each labradorite and are the perfect compliment to each other. The labradorite gems connecting both sides are a continuation of the facets and free form in smaller sizes averaging 6 – 8mm.

The small 2.5mm silver beads and daisy spacers frame each gem to show the individual beauty of all 43 gems. The combination of bright silver and antique silver in the daisy and bead combination carry the same feel as the flower toggle clasp.

Zoom in and see how pretty these stones are.

The necklace is 20” in length from end to end.

When photographing labradorite I want you to see the impact that light has with each stone. In order to get the best effect possible I choose to leave the stones in one place and move the camera. Please zoom, Zoom, ZOOM in to see how stunning these stones are! The picture with ‘Miss Dolly’ shows the necklace clasped at it longest length. These photos were taken with the jewels positioned in front of a window on a partly cloudy day ... yes, this is the result of a partly sunny/cloudy day ... The flash on the camera was used for the first 4 pictures. The last picture is no flash and the result of limited sun as the only light source.


Did you ever wonder where the flashes of blue come from? I did so here are some fun facts about these spectacular gems. This is caused by rays of light entering a layer of the stone and being refracted back and forth by deeper layers. The flashes are the result of light rays traveling back out of the stone on a different wavelength than when they entered the stone.


There are many more pieces to explore in Janet's Fun Jewels! The easy way to see them all ... Use this link for easy access: http://www.etsy.com/shop/janetsfunjewels?ref=si_shop -> drop down menu - type in the gem or color of your choice ... Presto ... the results will be all pieces with the gem of your choice : )

Thanks for visiting and I do hope you will stop in again!
I'd welcome your visit to my Facebook page too! I welcome all suggestions, comments ideas. Check out the picture section of my page ... if you see some gems you like send me a note and we can design your piece together! Facebook = Janet's Fun Jewels - do a search and you will find me! Or try the link -> http://www.facebook.com/pages/Janets-Fun-Jewels/361628638041?sk=wall&filter=2

Enjoy the rest of your travels through Etsy!

Labradorite and Moonstone - FREE Shipping - Necklace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: silver plated components, steel cable, toggle clasp
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 246 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people