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Rosecut Apatite Necklace

Emily Amey Jewelry

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Rosecut Apatite Necklace
Rosecut Apatite Necklace
Rosecut Apatite Necklace

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Made of:
sterling silver/10k apatite
Size:
piece, .7" x .3"; chain, 18"
Color:
silver/blue
Care:
Keep away from extreme heat or moisture. Apply perfume and other sprayed substances before putting on, and keep away from extreme heat and moisture. Remove before showering.

Why We Love This

A simple and stunning necklace, handcrafted from electric blue apatite, reclaimed sterling silver, and 10k gold. This is from a limited edition; each stone is one-of-a-kind and will vary in shape, size, and color. The necklace hangs 18 inches and closes with a signature clasp.

About Emily Amey Jewelry

Emily Amey has an innate knack for chic, natural design. She chooses precious and semiprecious stones, often collected on her own global travels, and sets them off in spectacularly simple designs of silver and gold. The stones are responsibly sourced, and she uses reclaimed and recycled metals wherever possible. Amey handcrafts each piece in her Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio.Emily Amey has an innate knack for chic, natural design. She chooses precious and semiprecious stones, often collected on her own global travels, and sets them off in spectacularly simple designs of silver and gold. The stones are responsibly sourced, and she uses reclaimed and recycled metals wherever possible. Amey handcrafts each piece in her Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio.