Sodalite and pendant necklace. Blue. Fine and sterling silver. Handmade.
All the stones are natural blue sodalite. Sodalte is a beautiful semi-precious stone with a lovely clear blue colour with white flecks. The pendant, the smaller silver beads and the clasps are all extremely pure solid fine silver. They have been handmade by the tribal people in Northern Thailand. The clasp is also solid fine silver. The 2 tiny finishing beads are sterling silver.
The necklace is 17" long ( 43cm). I am happy to change the length if required, for no extra charge. Just let me know the length you would like when you order.
The wire inside the necklace is professional jewellery wire. It is extremely strong but at the same time still drapes well without being stiff.
I am the designer of this necklace and I have made it with my own hands. I have been making my living exclusively from designing and making jewellery for 9 years. I travel every year to seek out old and tribal silver from Asia and India along with semi-precious stones. Back at home in Brighton, England, I make these loose pieces up into beautiful and unusual jewellery.
Every item will be sent beautifully packaged in a cotton gift bag made especially for me by a women's self help group in India.
Uk - Free Delivery on all orders.
International (everywhere outside the UK).
Orders up to £50 : £1 delivery charge.
Orders over £50 : £7 delivery charge (for International tracked and signed-for.
One month return policy.
(The item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging).
Once your return is received, I will send you an email to notify you that I have received your returned item. As long as the item has not been used or damaged I will immediately issue a full refund to your credit card or original method of payment. It may take a few days to process the refund.
You can return your item to:
Gail LeCarpentier, 407 Portland Rd, Hove, BN3 5SG
You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. For more expensive items I recommend sending them by signed-for post, as I can only issue a refund once I have received the item.