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Alga Green Aventurine Stone Brass on Silver Chain Necklace This hand crafted necklace is made from a faceted Mint Green Aventurine stone which hangs below a curved Brass tube on a Sterling Silver chain. The chain measures 18" and pendant measures around 2" / 4.5 cm wide.

This beautiful statement necklace makes an ideal piece to wear on a night out and the green stone makes it really stand out and be noticed. Green Aventurine is known as the ‘Stone of Opportunity’ and is thought to be the luckiest of all crystals. A beautiful and functional gift idea then!

All of the jewellery that I make has been designed and made by me in my little shed in the South East of England. I try to use materials that are produced in the UK, and I only work with hand tools (as opposed to electrical machinery), to be as environmentally friendly as possible. I feel that creating pieces by hand causes every piece to be a little bit more unique.
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Alga Green Aventurine Stone Brass On Silver Chain Necklace

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Alga Green Aventurine Stone Brass on Silver Chain Necklace

This hand crafted necklace is made from a faceted Mint Green Aventurine stone which hangs below a curved Brass tube on a Sterling Silver chain. The chain measures 18" and pendant measures around 2" / 4.5 cm wide.

This beautiful statement necklace makes an ideal piece to wear on a night out and the green stone makes it really stand out and be noticed. Green Aventurine is known as the ‘Stone of Opportunity’ and is thought to be the luckiest of all crystals. A beautiful and functional gift idea then!

All of the jewellery that I make has been designed and made by me in my little shed in the South East of England. I try to use materials that are produced in the UK, and I only work with hand tools (as opposed to electrical machinery), to be as environmentally friendly as possible. I feel that creating pieces by hand causes every piece to be a little bit more unique.
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