We spend many happy hours on the beaches of the North-East, my family and I.
And whilst we don't forget to admire the breathtaking splendour of our surroundings, we spend a fair bit of time admiring the tiny fragments of beauty under our feet.
This necklace is a perfect example of such a thing- an almost perfect triangle of white stone, tumbled and smoothed and softened at the edges by the sea. Brought home and wrapped with copper, soldered with lead-free solder, embellished with a freshwater pearl, hung in its own wire frame, and strung on a thick piece of dark brown leather rope.
Rustic, natural, beautiful.
The stone measures 4cm at its highest point and 2.5cm at its widest. The leather rope is choker-length, but I can certainly be persuaded to hang it on a longer length, or on waxed cotton if you prefer. You need only ask.
Fastened with a lobster clasp.
And supplied in a little gift box.
Any questions, please just ask. I'm happy to help.