Knotted Emerald & Moonstone Necklace

The knotted emerald and moonstone necklace styled on tan linen
  • The knotted emerald and moonstone necklace styled on tan linen
  • The knotted emerald and moonstone necklace styled on tan linen to show the moonstone drop
  • The knotted emerald and moonstone necklace styled to show the adjustable lobster clasp closure
  • The knotted emerald and moonstone necklace styled on a mannequin to show length
  • Sarah DeAngleo Jewelry box with signature gift wrap and feather styled on a yellow plate with dried grass and a crystal rock.
$74.00

Earthy yet ethereal. Mesmerizing emeralds are knotted onto silk and finished with a luminous, faceted moonstone briolette. The perfect blend of rustic beauty and femininity. Chain measures 17-18” with lobster clasp and adjustable length chain closure. Sterling silver.

About emerald:  Prized since ancient times, a fine emerald can be more expensive than a high quality diamond of the same carat weight.  Emeralds are green members of the popular beryl family of minerals.  Mummies were often buried with emeralds and the gems were popular in ancient Rome.  They have graced Crown Jewels and embellished the thrones of some of the oldest dynasties in history.  In ancient times emeralds held a real fascination for the people.  Emeralds were, in fact, considered to be a cure for many diseases.  As a result of such claims, emeralds were greatly sought after and a profitable trade was established between Egypt and nations as far away as India.  Emeralds are the birthstone for May.

About Moonstone: Moonstone is one of the most mythical of all gemstones. With its exotic, lunar name and its milky unique rainbow sheen, it has been a highly prized stone throughout history. Moonstone is a sacred stone to the people of India, and was named by the Romans for its ability to reflect moon light, making it a sacred stone to this culture as well. Legend has it that amulets of moonstone, associated with the goddesses Isis (Egyptian), Diana (Roman) and Selene (Greek), were hung in fruit trees to produce abundant crops.  Moonstone is one of the birthstones for the month of June (along with pearl).

Your jewelry will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a small box. Multiple items will be combined, unless separate boxes are requested. If this is a gift being shipped directly to the recipient, please let me know. I will be glad to include a note from you.

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