A bib of irradiated (think Tahitian pearls) freshwater pearls in a deep forest green is totally sigh-worthy. The silver knots and twirls are made in the remote Karen Hill region of Thailand using ancient, traditional methods. That means each is made by hand using only the most rudimentary tools. The Karen Hill Tribe uses silver that is 97.5% pure.
Each dangle, including the earrings, is 92.5 sterling silver and shows off a lovely polished Moonstone.
This choker necklace is approximately 14 “ plus a 2” drop at the longest point. I can easily increase the length if you wish. Earrings are 1 ¾” from the pierce in your earlobe.
These freshwater pearls must be treated with love – no harsh chemicals should ever touch them! If you want to polish the silver, use a treated cloth.
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