This Sodalite Gemstone Necklace is a stunning piece you will love to wear! A beautiful gemstone necklace that is perfect for dress up or dress down! This piece, “SKY AND CLOUDS” is a handmade necklace that features rich blue sodalite nuggets. Faceted nuggets framed with small pewter beads caps. Sterling silver beads separate the nuggets, adding a wonderful glow to the overall design. Perfect to wear with a sleek business suit, the one of a kind necklace also will add extra pizzaz to a white shirt and faded blue jeans. Step out in style today!
Sodalite Gemstone Necklace
- Sodalite nuggets: from app. 24 mm x 20 mm to app. 18 mm x 14 mm
- Metal: pewter and sterling silver
- Sterling silver beads: 4 mm
- Clasp: sterling silver hook clasp set with a spiral design
- Length: app. 19” / 48.3 cm
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Catherine Waterhouse – Owner/Designer
Experiencing a life long love affair with Nature (am a self-professed “nature geek”), I am able to satisfy a strong desire to create by designing one-of-a-kind jewelry mainly using semi-precious stones and sterling or fine silver. But polymer clay, Czech glass, Swarovski crystals, copper and lampwork beads also play a huge part in the design process. My Muse is Nature, and to be inspired, I just have to look out over the amazing desert landscape where my husband, my Shadow Dog, Seamus, and I are privileged to live. My work has been sold through galleries in Virginia, Texas and South Carolina, through art shows, home shows, Facebook, Pinterest, Wanelo, Flickr and ArtFire . . . and now Indiemade. I LOVE my “job!”
I am an ardent supporter of adopting dogs from shelters. To help the many sweeties waiting for their forever homes, I have started a line of “dog rescue” jewelry. For each piece sold, 1/2 of the purchase price is donated to the local Humane Society. I am thrilled and humbled that the earrings are brisk sellers both on line and at the arts festivals I attend.
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