This one of a kind necklace is both attention grabbing, easy to wear and well, just, gorgeous!
Made so that you can wear it two ways depending on your outfit and neckline – and how you feel on the day.
With the clasp to the back, three strands of peridot and idocrase (also called vesuvianite as it was found on the hills of Mt Vesuvius near Pompeii in Italy) in gorgeous grass green and brown tones. Each strand hangs below the next to give a beautiful layered look which would look amazing with a silky cream, white or black collared shirt. The three strands join to a sterling silver hammered oval on each side and then to a single line of larger stones.
Turn it completely around with the three lighter strands to the back, and centre the large clasp as a pendant. This is bounded by large green-brown agate ovals (treated), faceted fluorite slabs in pastel lavender and mint hues, hexagons of dark green moss agate and long carved pears of green-grey labradorite. This side looks fabulous with more individual or strongly coloured clothing where it will hold its own and still garner comments.
When worn the first way the length is 28 inches long and worn the second way the length is approximately 25 inches long.
Eunomia was the goddess of good order and spring pastures in Greek mythology.