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Renee says: “It’s a bit hard to accurately describe the glorious beauty of this two drop pendant featuring Australian Zebra Stone and Mabe Pearl, but f you like what you see in the photos, I guarantee you will LOVE this piece for real! I have combined a glorious Mabe pearl with the stunning Australian Zebra stone, & set in sterling silver as a feature pendant. I am showing this on a dark chocolate coloured cord, however, it looks great with a silver cuff or chain and pearls for versatility. (I am including the cord with the piece!) Scroll thru’ images for up close peek at a pendant you will wear and treasure for years to come!”
Length: 3 inches 76.2 mm See photo of pendant next to Australian .50 cent coin for size reference.
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Does not include brown cord or pearls as shown in photos.
The only known deposits of Zebra Rock in the world have been found near Kununurra in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. The deposits are found in small reef outcrops of stratified clay stone or shale in the Ranford Formation.
A mabe pearl is a worked and assembled blister pearl (attached to the shell). It is typically of hemispherical shape, and is grown against the inside of the oyster’s shell, rather than within its tissue. Small blister pearls are commonly found in nature.
As a avid Renee Blackwell Jewellery Design wearer since 2000 – I just received my latest gorgeous gold vermeil earrings – Just what I wanted! I wore them last night for my first Christmas Cheer party. I was complimented several times and would highly recommend RBJD for the first class service and high quality of her jewellery. Maree