Moss grey labradorite cabochons with a wonderful blue flash set in my own design star setting of sterling silver.
I specially cut the silver in this flower / snowflake pattern and wrapped in around the moss grey cabochons. The labradorite is a high quality and contains the speckled look that make them look so organic as well as a lovely flash of electric blue.
The silver is oxidized lightly to show up the petal pattern.
The gem studs have a rustic dragon age character. The stone domes measure 6mm across.
Natural labradorite varies in color and flash but the stones I use are all lovely quality and originates from India. See the last photo for an indication of the variety.
. Sterling silver posts and butterfly scrolls
. Fine silver bezels in special flower design
. Deep grey green labradorite cabochons 6 mm in diameter
. Vintage, elven, art nouveau, woodland style
Comes with sterling silver scrolls as fasteners.
Essentials for your jewellery box.
"The dwarves found labradorite while digging for mithril. The soon found that the stone was highly coveted by elves who would pay dearly for a stone that looked like moss but contained the fore of the northern lights."
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Sycamoon Jewellery within 3 days of receiving payment.
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