Asteria Tahitian Pearl Cameo Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Asteria Tahitian Pearl Cameo Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Asteria Tahitian Pearl Cameo Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry

Asteria Tahitian Pearl Cameo Necklace

An argent Tahitian pearl shines under an 18k gold Cameo in this handmade, one-of-a-kind necklace. Oxidized silver invokes the gossamer beauty of the inky pearl, while the 18k gold details throughout offset the necklace's mercurial tones. Named for the Olympian goddess Asteria, this unique pearl necklace evokes the strength, wisdom, and beauty of its namesake through its organically refined palate and glimmering accents—including the Lady's diamond third-eye.

Tahitian pearl + 0.01ct diamond Cameo pendant. Approximately 15x24mm. Available in oxidized silver with 18k gold. 28in infinity chain with egg motif details. 

$940.00

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All other sizes, colors, and options are made-to-order. This style typically takes 1-3 weeks to craft and 1-3 days to ship. Please contact us if you would like to inquire about exact turn-around times or discuss options for expedited service.

About The Gemstone

Repurposed from various sources, these “break-out” diamonds are an ethical variation of modern diamonds. Often less than a half-carat, Repurposed Modern Melee Diamonds come in a variety of shapes and enhance every design they’re featured in.
MOHs Hardness: 10
Origins: Various secondary markets including  auctions, estate sales, and refineries.
Care: While diamonds are the earth’s hardest gemstone, they can still break. Avoid dropping diamonds onto hard surfaces. To clean your diamond piece, soak in warm, soapy water and remove any dirt with a toothbrush or the like. It is safe to clean with an ultrasonic and steam cleaner.
Healing Properties: Diamonds are believed to promote radiance, self-sovereignty, and fearlessness.
Birthstone: April
Anniversary: 60th and 75th

Tahitian pearls are beloved for their grey to black hues. Like all pearls, Tahitian pearls are formed when an irritant becomes trapped in a mollusk. The mollusk secretes a fluid, called nacre, which coats the irritant layer upon layer until a pearl is formed.
MOHs Hardness: 2.5-4.5
Origins: Saltwater farms in Tahiti
Care: Keep Tahitian pearls away from chemicals. Contact with cosmetics, oils, acids, etc., can discolor or ruin the texture of pearls. To clean, use warm water with mild soap. Do not use an ultrasonic or steam cleaner. Strands of pearls should not be washed. They should be wiped down with a soft clean cloth before storing. Wetting the silk can cause stretching.
Birthstone: June
Anniversary: 30th

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