Necklaces

Brooke Gregson

Riviera Opal Necklace

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$3950.00

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Riviera Opal Necklace
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With its eye catching trio of stunning opals, this one-of-a-kind Brooke Gregson necklace is a bold, fiery festival of vibrant colors and intriguing shapes. A meticulously hand sculpted backing of matte 18K yellow gold holds together the hand carved fire opal, smooth jelly opal, and drop-shaped boulder opal. Flashing with tones ranging from canary yellow to neon peach and milky periwinkle, each stone is held in place with tiny prongs. Opals are believed to contain all of the powers of gems and act as a calming force to the wearer. Alone or added to an eclectic, layered collection, this necklace has an inherent strength of style.

total length : 16 or 18" : 18K yellow gold
jelly opal : 10mm x 5mm : .91ct
boulder opal : 9mm x 5mm : .93ct
fire opal leaf : 8mm x 5mm : .31ct
18K yellow gold lobster clasp closure

total length : 16 or 18" : 18K yellow gold
fire opal : 10mm x 5mm : .91ct
boulder opal : 9mm x 5mm : .93ct
opal leaf : 8mm x 5mm : .31ct
18K yellow gold lobster clasp closure

LONDON / LOS ANGELES - Combining her passions of jewelry, textiles, astrology and precious stones, Brooke Gregson has created a statement-making collection of fine jewelry with a distinctive direction. With studios in both London and Los Angeles, Brooke designs and produces her Astrology and Hand-Woven Silk jewelry with a fluid, feminine aesthetic. Inspired at a young age by her father's extensive collection of fine jewelry, she began creating her pieces at an early age. As a consummate artist, textile designer and jeweler, Brooke is continually creating and experimenting with different organic material combinations.