Necklaces

Savannah Stranger

Tahitian Keshi Pearl Diamond Equator Necklace

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$3350

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one-of-a-kind item: ( OOAK )
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Tahitian Keshi Pearl Diamond Equator Necklace
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  • Tahitian Keshi Pearl Diamond Equator Necklace

This earthy and elegant Savannah Stranger necklace is the perfect balance of nature-made and hand-crafted materials. A single, luminous gray pearl with dips and an organically asymmetrical surface is  framed by a shimmering halo of diamond pavé set in 18K blackened white gold to create a stunning, modern, and timeless pendant necklace. A perfect, sophisticated alternative to the traditional pearl and diamond necklace. Each pearl is one-of-a-kind and may differ slightly than pearl shown in image.

total length : 19" : blackened 18K white gold
blackened 18K white gold, white diamond, and pearl pendant : 5/8" diameter
tahitian keshi pearl : 12.5mm x 12mm 
fastens with blackened 18K white gold spring ring clasp closure

 

total length : 19" : blackened 18K white gold
blackened 18K white gold, white diamond, and pearl pendant : 5/8" diameter
tahitian keshi pearl : 12.5mm x 12mm 
fastens with blackened 18K white gold spring ring clasp closure

CALIFORNIA - Focusing on untreated Tahitian pearls, raw diamonds and 18-karat recycled gold, Savannah Stranger jewelry exhibits a freedom of expression that reflects the raw beauty found in nature. Her collection includes a silhouette that displays natural grooves and is considered to be imperfect by design. Savannah's interest in pearls began somewhat unexpectedly during a trip to Tahiti when she was seventeen. Fascinated by the traditions of pearl cultivation and local craftsmanship, she spent seven consecutive summers in Tahiti, immersing herself in the culture, growth, selection, combination and valuation of the gems.