Tahitian Pearl, labradorite & aquamarine necklace

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This necklace’s central focus is a stunning AA-grade Tahitian pearl flanked by aquamarine and, subsequently, Labradorite.

These exquisite Tahitian pearls, naturally this colour and not dyed, are rare. Each one is specially selected to complement the stunning tones of the labradorite, making this necklace a truly unique piece.


Fine labradorite beads 4mm. Labradorite is a feldspar, like a moonstone, the name coming from the first discovery in Labrador, Canada, in 1770.  A variety of the feldspar-group mineral orthoclase. During formation, orthoclase and albite separate into alternating layers. When light falls between these thin layers, it is scattered, producing the phenomenon called adularescence. Therefore, these beautiful beads show various ever-changing colours, from blue to green to gold.

Beautifully faceted natural aquamarine beads have a fantastic sparkle.  They are pure, clean examples, especially perfect if your birthday is in March, as aquamarine is celebrated as the birthstone.

Because gemstones are a lifetime passion, David & Nicola have both studied at the internationally recognised  Gem-A and have passed the prestigious DGA. An extensive stock of beautiful diamonds, sapphires, rubies,  emeralds and pearls is available for you to select from. Importantly, we will gladly show you a selection. Simultaneously, discuss and explain the technical and aesthetic considerations.  Without a doubt, the design & stone you choose will be unique and beautiful. Designed to suit your lifestyle, it is an ongoing delight: a perfect birthday, anniversary or Christmas present, beautiful gift wrapped.

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David Ashton’s designs are not just elegantly modern but unmistakably his creations. His work is internationally recognised, with his iconic ring stacks featured in prestigious publications such as Elle, Vogue, V&A, and the TATE. When you wear his designs, you can be confident in the quality and style.

In his younger years, David trained as a scientific and medical instrument maker in Cambridge and, consequently, as an aircraft engineer. Importantly, this gave him a unique perspective on precision manufacturing, which he then applied to jewellery making.

Price guide as shown. Overall length 17 inches. 11mm Tahitian pearl, 4mm aquamarine, and labradorite beads. Sterling silver ball catch.


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