18kt Gold Aquarelle Pendant with Gold Seed on Invisible Chain

$2,505.00

This beautiful marine shell has long been revered by West Coast indigenous communities of North America. The inner skin of the shell holds mesmerising patterns of pinks oranges greens and blues.

Associated with the healing powers of water, rain and sea, as well as the protective aspect of the 'shell'. Abalone are carefully collected under controlled seasons and the shell is often the bi-product of the mollusc which is eaten.

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Material composition 18kt Gold & Abalone Shell

Please note, each unique piece is individually hand-crafted and so may vary ever so slightly from the image featured. This piece is also available at our London store.

UK
£5 standard delivery
EU
£20 standard delivery
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US
£30 standard delivery
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Rest of the World
£30 standard delivery

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Meet The Maker

Om Prakash

The son of a farmer, Om learnt stone cutting when young. He first specialized in carving crystal Gods for the temples, but now runs a small workshop in Sanganer, just outside jaipur. He has a wonderful sensitivity to stones and has worked with us for over twenty years.

Cutting each gem, following its individual, organic shape and giving the merest hint of enhancement with the subtlest facets, he elicits a gentle sparkle from each. As the years have passed, we have experienced many of life’s adventures together. He has had two children, one a jewellery design student, the other, a training accountant.

Om now has a team who have learnt his skills, share his respect and understanding for these organic jewels and together, they continue to do a wonderful job.

Om Prakash

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