Tanzanite and Pearl necklace.
This luxurious asymmetric necklace made with freshwater cultured white button pearls and faceted genuine Tanzanite gemstones. A pair of white pearl button stud earrings complete the look.
The necklace is approx. 17.5 inches long (approx. 42cm) with a 1 inch extender chain. All metal is .925 Sterling Silver.
Pearls are a birthstone for June and are the stone for the 30th Anniversary. Pearls have long been a symbol of purity, innocence and wisdom and are traditional for a bride to wear on her wedding day. Pearls are very flattering to the skin.
Tanzanite was only discovered in the late 1960’s and is found in only 1 location in the world, Tanzania. This stone was originally launched by Tiffany & Co. UPDATE: mining of Tanzanite has slowed or stopped and is becoming much harder to acquire.
Tanzanite is a stone for new beginnings and is a birthstone for December, it is often given as a gift to a new mother.
The lovely smooth, white, freshwater cultured button pearls are teamed with stunning blue faceted Tanzanite stones and interspersed with Sterling Silver beads. The large Sterling Silver clasp is a feature in itself. The larger pearls are approx. 5x8mm. while the accent pearls are approx. 5x3mm. The faceted Tanzanite gemstones are approx. 2x3mm and are a lovely clear blue colour with hints of violet.
I have hand selected each pearl and gemstone to create this timeless piece of jewellery. It will be dispatched in a presentation box so would make an ideal gift.
Pearls are a birthstone for June and Tanzanite is a birthstone for December, so this would make an ideal gift for a birthday, special occassion, for a bride on her special day – it could be her pearls and something blue in one luxurious necklace.
All metal is Sterling Silver so it is nickel and lead free.
This unique, elegant necklace is designed and handmade by Hazelrocks jewellery in Co. Roscommon, Ireland.
I use ethically sourced/mined genuine gemstones in my jewellery, wherever possible. I reuse, re-purpose and recycle packaging materials whenever possible.