Moon Tears Akoya Keshi Pearl Ruthie B. Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Moon Tears Akoya Keshi Pearl Ruthie B. Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Moon Tears Akoya Keshi Pearl Ruthie B. Necklace-Hannah Blount Jewelry
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Moon Tears Akoya Keshi Pearl Ruthie B. Necklace

A full moon's tears appear in all their celestial glory in the form of cream, Akoya keshi pearls alongside grey silk and 18k gold. The lustrous pearl pieces are argent in their orient and appear to shimmer in varying lightlike little fragments of a moonbeam. This handmade, one-of-a-kind necklace also honors the moon's connection to the sea with a fish hook clasp closure. 

Akoya keshi pearl Ruthie B. necklace with grey silk. Available in 18k gold. Approximately 3x8mm beads. 20.5 inch length with fish hook clasp.

$1,600.00

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About the gemstone

Akoya pearls are of note for their beauty and history: this type of pearl is the longest pearl to be cultured. Farmed in Japan, these saltwater pearls come from the Akoya oyster and are typically an alabaster hue—occasionally and rarely they are found in a silvery blue orient as if they’d been steeped in rishi jasmine tea.
MOHs Hardness: 2.5-4.5
Origins: Saltwater farms in Japan
Care: Keep akoya 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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The Story of Ruthie B.

An homage to Hannah's childhood and the nostalgia of her fishing home, this collection comprises gritty nautical-inspired pieces. The collection is named after Hannah's father's fishing vessel, the Ruthie B, which was named after Hannah's mother. Ruthie B. celebrates the mystery and natural peculiarity of the ocean that painted the artist’s childhood. In their weathered island home, Hannah and her six siblings learned how to entertain themselves amidst the chaos that comes with such a large family. The dingy fishing paraphernalia that littered their backyard was a playground of inspiration: raw snapshots of beauty against the clean backdrop of their hometown of Nantucket. These familiar moments inspired her to create beauty of her own. Shop the full Ruthie B. Collection

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