This Week: Mystery in Stone: Labradorite & Iris Sphinx

The mysterious allure of Labradorite wrapped in a net of Irish Sphinx glass beads makes this necklace as dark and mysterious as the woman who wears it. Versatile enough to wear with your business attire or that little black dress, this necklace will take you from the boardroom to the dance floor and beyond.

The beautiful lava landscape we saw during our visit to Valley of Fires Recreation Area was the inspiration for this necklace. Although the stones are Labradorite instead of lava, they do give one a sense of the underworld which is why I chose them for this particular piece.

The dance of light off of the glass beads against the dull smoke colored stones adds a touch of movement as it rolls with the body while it’s in motion.

  • Total length: 16″
  • Width: 1/2″
  • Price $98.00
  • Availability: (Contact me)

The necklace lays just at the collar bone making it perfect for both high and low-cut necklines.

Necklace of the week: Mystery in Stone


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