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SHADES OF RED NECKLACE

$800,00 $640,00

Product Description

SHADES OF RED NECKLACE

The Shades Of Red Necklace features a mix of Mediterranean coral, carnelian, agate, gold vermeil, and an evil eye pendant. This necklace is a statement on its own but can easily be paired with bracelets and earrings.

Necklace length:

COLLECTION

The Gypsy Collection is composed of decadent earrings, semi-precious gemstone bracelets, as well as one-of-a-kind statement gemstone necklaces. Explore bold bohemian unique jewellery. Click here to shop more pieces from the Gypsy Collection.

MATERIAL

Vermeil is another term for gilt. We make Van Peterson vermeil jewellery with sterling silver and plate it in 18ct yellow or rose gold.

STONE

Carnelian, also called cornelian, is a translucent, semiprecious variety of the silica mineral chalcedony that owes its red to reddish-brown colour to colloidally dispersed hematite (iron oxide). It is a close relative of sard, differing only in the shade of red. It is most commonly found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia, and Germany.

Additional information

Materials

18ct yellow gold vermeil

Gemstones

carnelian

SHADES OF RED NECKLACE

$800,00 $640,00

Product Description

SHADES OF RED NECKLACE

The Shades Of Red Necklace features a mix of Mediterranean coral, carnelian, agate, gold vermeil, and an evil eye pendant. This necklace is a statement on its own but can easily be paired with bracelets and earrings.

Necklace length:

COLLECTION

The Gypsy Collection is composed of decadent earrings, semi-precious gemstone bracelets, as well as one-of-a-kind statement gemstone necklaces. Explore bold bohemian unique jewellery. Click here to shop more pieces from the Gypsy Collection.

MATERIAL

Vermeil is another term for gilt. We make Van Peterson vermeil jewellery with sterling silver and plate it in 18ct yellow or rose gold.

STONE

Carnelian, also called cornelian, is a translucent, semiprecious variety of the silica mineral chalcedony that owes its red to reddish-brown colour to colloidally dispersed hematite (iron oxide). It is a close relative of sard, differing only in the shade of red. It is most commonly found in Indonesia, Brazil, India, Russia, and Germany.

Additional information

Materials

18ct yellow gold vermeil

Gemstones

carnelian

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