Here in California we are kind of obsessed with water (or the lack thereof.) When we started working with these little brass "paddles" we thought they looked like rain falling from the sky. This necklace is an appeal to the rain goddess.
Made of brass. The 30" brass chain is coated so it will never tarnish or color the skin.
The symbol of a hand with an eye in the palm appears in many cultures and forms. Most commonly, the Hamsa symbol is for protection and to ward off the evil eye. These mystic hands were designed to represent creativity and the artistic connection between the hands and the eyes.
Matte 14k gold over brass. Surgical steel posts. Czech crystal.
This beautiful rainbow necklace is made of hand fabricated brass arches. It is trendy, geometric, and modern and such a familiar and lovable shape. The brass was hand cut, filed, and hammered. The length of the chain is 18.5” with the height of the rainbow measuring 1”, making it 19.5” in total length. Enjoy your next Rainbow Statement Necklace!
Sango means "coral" in Japanese, which is appropriate because this piece was collected from a beach in Japan. It grew, lived and died in the East China Sea. Now it rises again to be worn with a shiny hammer-textured copper sun as a dramatic statement pendant. We recommend wearing this one on a long chain - your choice of 24 or 30 inch sterling silver.
Coral isn't really a rock at all, but instead is the calcified remains of marine invertebrates. Found in oceans throughout the world, corals are one of the first victims of water pollution. In recent years, massive die-offs have been reported, leaving bleached-white coral corpses.
A portion of each purchase of coral jewelry is donated the Ocean Conservancy to help preserve and protect this magical ecosystem.
Iridescent blue crashes into gold and black, like a lightning storm at midnight. Showing off a gorgeous pietersite stone, this statement pendant is simple, but not at all boring.
Held in place by prongs, the stone is accompanied by a brushed silver back plate with a diamond-shaped cutout. Wear it with either side facing out for different effects! We recommend wearing it on a long chain - your choice of 24 or 30 inch sterling silver.
Pietersite is related to tiger's eye and hawk's eye, but tends to have a more 'jumbled' texture instead of the regular banded appearance of its cousins. All three stones are pseudomorphs of quartz, which means they changed from one mineral to another over time. Pietersite also shows 'chatoyance', the characteristic reflections of silky, thread-like structures within the stone.
People have a dip on their neck between their clavicles (collarbones) where some silver really should be. This charm fits that spot just right. It represents the whole universe full of stars in one tiny, shiny disc.
This pendant comes with a small sized chain - your choice of 16 or 18 inch sterling silver.
Each charm is unique - contact us if you have a specific style in mind, or stop by the store to try on.
Silver, oh silver. This lustrous white metal is amazing - more reflective than gold, more conductive than copper and just plaingorgeous. When used for jewelry, silver is mixed with copper or zinc to provide more durability and reduce tarnishing. Fine silver is 99.9% silver while sterling silver is 92.5%. Other alloys are used for specific processes, such as reticulation (80% silver). All silver will tarnish over time, but can be easily cleaned and polished.
Rainbow/eye/drop design made with lost wax casting.
Pendant is 3" in length x 2.2" in width. Yellow bronze rainbow and brass tear. Available with gold plated hooks.
28" in heavy brass chain with lobster clamp.
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