Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent
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Statement Necklace Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent

Sterling Silver GENUINE Sea Glass Necklace Pearl Jewelry With Dragonfly Accent!

I have been imagining and creating this necklace for awhile now - working until I made it look exactly the way I pictured it in my head. I am happy to say, it is completed! The focal point of the necklace is a hand-strung cluster of GENUINE, ocean-tumbled sea glass from California is stunning rare colors including amethyst, turquoise lime, cornflower and aqua. Stunning pearls and clear Swarovski crystals are stung between the sea glass gems.

A gorgeous artisan sterling silver dragonfly clasp closes the necklace which is connected to the focal point with a handmade Sterling Silver chain. This necklace is all Sterling Silver and measures 16" in length.

***Please remember, ALL of my sea glass is genuine, ocean-tumbled sea glass that I collect off the rocky and sandy shores myself. It is NEVER machine-tumbled. Please pay close attention to listings for sea glass and do not be afraid to ask questions about where the sea glass originated from. Machine-tumbled glass has hit the marketplace and is sometimes falsely listed as genuine sea glass. When it is too consistent in shape to other pieces, has too many rare colors in similar shapes, has a smoother rather than more pitted patina or its price does not reflect the value of the sea glass, it is probably too good to be true. When in doubt, please ask. You are helping to preserve the integrity of the sea glass art by doing so and I along with my colleagues thank you for that.