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Keshi Pearl and Matte Ombré Amazonite Necklace

Keshi Pearl and Matte Ombré Amazonite Necklace


Ombré Amazaonite matte round beads and silver metallic baroque keshi pearls are married together in a one-of-a-kind necklace.  A composition of diverse luster and landscapes, the jungle of the Brazilian Amazon (where Amazonite is found in abundance) meets calming seas, (the home of the keshi pearl). 


Each ammonite bead is meticulously sorted by color to produce an ombré gradient from off white, light blue-green, to turquoise blue. The contrast of the bright lustrous keshi pearls with matte Amazonite adds to the allure and mystery of its balance and beauty. Mix it in to your daily summer wardrobe for an instant mood booster!


Hand knotted on turquoise silk thread and fastened with a handcrafted sterling silver fish hook clasp.  The clasp is reminiscent of a fish hook; inspired by my love affair with the sea, the history of whaling on Long Island, sea vessels, fish markets, and fish of all kind. 


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* Sterling Silver Fish Hook Clasp

* 17.5" necklace

* Amazonite beads measure 8 mm round

* Keshi pearls measure 8x7 baroque 


  • Additional Information

    All made to order jewelry is non-refundable.  In stock jewelry can be returned for exchange or store credit within 5 business days of receipt unworn in its original condition and in the original packaging it was received.

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  • About the Gemstone

    Keshi Pearls are non-nucleated pearls. A thin tissue is insterted into the oyster and nacre coats the tissue in a free-form manner. 

    Pearls are formed when an irritant is introduced into the oyster or mussel and coats the irritant with calcium carbonate called nacre. The nacre is deposited in concentric layers and builds up over time.

    Pearls are symbols of prosperity, integrity, and encourage tradition in the home. They are also the birthstone for June babies and the 30th anniversary gemstone.


    Amazonite is a green to blue-green variety of feldspar. Originally found in 1847 in an area near the Amazon River, hence its name.  Sunlight can sometimes enrich its color, which is fascinating because sunlight can reduce the intensity of color in some other gemstones. 


    Ancient civilizations such as the Egypt, India, and Mesopotamia used this stone as armor, talizmans, amulets, and writing slabs.  A special amazonite scarab ring was even found in King Tutankhamen’s burial chamber. 


    Healing properties: It is believed amazonite is a soothing stone. It soothes emotional trauma, alleviating worry and fear. Dispels negative energy and assists in manifesting universal love.

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