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9CT ROSE GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT AMETHYST, MOONSTONE & ROSE QUARTZ STATION NECKLACE

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £695.00
9CT ROSE GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT AMETHYST, MOONSTONE &  ROSE QUARTZ STATION  NECKLACE
9CT ROSE GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT AMETHYST, MOONSTONE &  ROSE QUARTZ STATION  NECKLACE
9CT ROSE GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT AMETHYST, MOONSTONE &  ROSE QUARTZ STATION  NECKLACE

Behold, the solid Rose Gold Moonstone, Amethyst and Rose Quartz necklace, a piece that channels antique charm and flaunts multiple beautiful gemstones with a checkerboard cut that's all sorts of mesmerising. Handmade from scratch to finish, this necklace sits gracefully on a dainty 9ct Yellow Gold chain, in a choice of 18 or 26 inches in length. Little faceted Gold balls are interspersed with gorgeous natural gemstones. It's the kind of necklace that'll make your heart skip a beat, perfect for gifting someone special, or yourself – because you're worth it, darling! 

You've got options here, loves. There are pairs of matching stud or drop earrings and even a bracelet and pendant necklace waiting in the wings. And if you fancy a different gemstone vibe, I've got Blue Topaz, Prasiolite, Blue Chalcedony and Labradorite in the same design.

Since 2008, I've witnessed a station necklace resurgence, thanks to the growing love affair with layered necklaces. Today, the station necklace is hotter than ever. It's not just an accessory; it's a bold fashion statement in its own right, often seen as the centrepiece of layered necklaces.

Every piece of this treasure trove ships in a branded gift box, just waiting to delight its destined wearer.

Let's dive into the fascinating world of gemstones, where cutting Moonstones is all about that high-domed cabochon style to really make that adularescence pop. When it comes to faceting, only the crème de la crème gets that treatment. And when you see a four-legged star in Moonstone, know that you've stumbled upon a rare beauty. Now, here's a little tidbit: if you spot a reddish hue, you can bet that sneaky goethite (yup, iron oxide) inclusions are behind it.

 

Amethyst, oh what a gem of many symbols! You see, it's been a part of the traditional and modern birthstone lineups for February. And speaking of February, brace yourself for this: legend has it that good ol' St. Valentine himself sported an amethyst ring, and it was carved with none other than Cupid's likeness. But here's a bit of Medieval wisdom for you: back in the day, they held chaste love up on a pedestal, deeming it the real deal.

But wait, there's more! Amethyst is also the chosen one for the Pisces crew, a true Zodiac gem if there ever was one. So, whether you're a February baby, a lover of legends, or just someone who adores this gorgeous stone, Amethyst has a spot in your heart.

Ah, Rose Quartz, that lovely pink gem with a bit of mystique. You'll often spot it in jewellery, all smooth and translucent. Back in the day, they thought its rosy hue came from tiny bits of titanium, iron, or manganese hanging out inside.

But here's the twist: the latest research tells us it's not those elements at all. Nope, the real secret to its blushing beauty is these minuscule inclusions of a rosy mineral that's like a cousin to dumortierite. Nature's little surprises, huh?

Now let's get a bit artsy with it. Picture a chessboard, slightly rotated so one corner rests on a table, making those black and white squares more diamond-shaped. This cutting style is all about turning your gem into a little Christmas tree, with facets lighting up like twinkling holiday lights. They call it scintillation, and it's as captivating as it sounds.

Got questions, desires, or whims? Don't hesitate to drop a line. Your satisfaction is my aim! 🌙💫✨

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