Multitudinous Chain and Gemstone Passion Necklace
Multi chain necklace filled with small details of different chain styles in both gold and gunmetal. Gemstones of all sizes and types dot the center landscape.
*Get the whole look! Pair it with the Revelry Exaggerated Hoop Earring seen in the photo.
Complete with our signature handcrafted tension "S" clasp closure. Perfect for anyone that struggles with solo-clasping a lobster or spring ring clasp.
Metal: 14k Gold filled, gunmetal finish sterling silver
Gemstones: Whisky quartz, rhodolite garnet, mozambique garnet, amethyst, hessonite garnet, pyrite
Dimensions: Center portion is 5" // The base length is 16" with the option of a 2" extender that can be clasped on any part of the extender, creating many length options for layering!
PYRITE is a very protective stone, shielding the user from negative energy of all kinds. It promotes good physical health and emotional well-being. It also supports one with a spirit of boldness and assertive action when protecting others, the planet, or in standing up for important issues of community
Legends and folklore place GARNET among the most ancient of talismans. Not only was it prized as an ornamental jewel, but its strong curative powers and protective energies made it invaluable. Garnet is also known for its utilization of creative energy. It grounds spirit forces within the body and helps in the ability to work lovingly on the physical plane.
ABOUT 14k GOLD FILLED
*Gold filled is the next level and is an amazing, quality alternative to solid gold
*It is actual layers of gold pressure bonded with other jeweler quality metals. While gold plating can eventually wear off, gold filled is required by law to contain 5% gold (plated is more like .5%) and it’s therefore extremely uncommon to wear through gold filled
*If you can wear gold jewelry without skin sensitivity, you can most likely wear gold filled!
*During the mid to late Victorian period, gold filled jewelry was very common and was manufactured in large numbers.
*For more in depth info, check out this BLOG POST!