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Labradorite, citrine, and Kauai Sunrise Shell Necklace

Labradorite, citrine, and Kauai Sunrise Shell Necklace

I created this handmade piece of jewelry by beading gold coated Japanese glass beads around a Kauai sunrise shell. Sunrise shells are indigenous to Hawaii and are a type of scallop called Langford’s Pectin, which are a delicacy to local octopus. They are loved for their colors and rarity, are considered a gemstone of Hawaii, and were worn by royalty in the original Hawaiian Kingdom.

This eye-catching necklace is made using faceted, citrine beads, and one of the most beautiful, labradorite cabochon I’ve seen in a while. The dark blue flash is quite incredible. The back of the shell and the stone are covered in Ultrasuede for maximum style and comfort. This necklace is an adjustable 19 inches and is finished with 24 karat gold filled findings.

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