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This is a hand tooled necklace. Double layer chain, sliced rock, mineral fossil geology necklace. Drusy / druzy agate geode stone.

Beautiful layered look.

These stones are mined in different parts of the world, most popularly known is South America. This style is popular on the beaches of Brazil. The rocks are rough cut, polished, and individually unique. Often a stone will have a sparkling sugary center and a celestial translucent hued quality.
No two rocks are exactly the same, as they are mined from nature, and as such, no two necklaces are identical.

The rocks are reminiscent of ocean waves, blue lagoons, pink orange tropical waters of
Maui at sunset, Tahiti, the mediterranean, the blue shores of the Caribbean, and the coasts of Brazil. Very exotic distinctive style jewelry.

This listing is for a "Hanauma Bay" jade-color green drusy/druzy geode stone pendant 31mm long x 26mm, with white and pink coral branch beads, top layer gold tone chains of approximately 16 inches and bottom layer chain about 25.25 inches. Top and bottom chains are of different style.

Loops are hand tooled from matching tone tarnish resistant wire of thick size 20 gauge - my own original design - super secure. Lobster clasp closure. Example closures pictured. Necklace will come with gift box.

Hanauma Bay Kelly Green Rock Mineral Crystal Slice Geode Agate White Reef Coral Branch Bead Double Strand Tiered Necklace


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Base Metal, Stainless Steel, Geode, Rock, Coral, Coral Branch, Agate, Gold, Stone
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 63 reviews
  • Favorited by: 12 people