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Round 7 Point Labradorite and Sterling Silver Pendant

Sale Price: £90.00
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A round labradorite cabochon with a pretty, pale blue-green gleam, bezel-set in hallmarked sterling silver with added shot decoration.

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Pendant height: 30mm / 1.18" Pendant width: 22mm / 0.88"


Materials: 925 Sterling Silver, Labradorite, Polymer Clay

The seven-pointed star (a.k.a. heptagram / septagram) is an ancient symbol, which recurs across many religions and cultures. It is traditionally associated with the warding off of evil and appears as a symbol of unity in some national flags.

The body of the pendant (not including the bail) is just under an inch in diameter and quite thick, with a chunky feel, for its size. The labradorite cabochon has a pale blue-green, iridescent gleam, which catches direct sunlight very well and has been optimised with a fine layer of matt black polymer clay, set behind the stone.

As with all items in my shop: this is a 100% handmade piece, crafted by me from sterling silver sheet and wire. The pendant has been independently tested by the London Assay Office and marked with a full, British hallmark, thus guaranteeing that it is genuine.

Supplied in a black velvet-effect gift bag.

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