Length: 21" with 2" extension chain
Materials: Sterling silver pendant with cream moonstone, topaz, freshwater pearls, Swarovski pearls, sterling silver wire, silver plated filigree, silver plated flower bells
Blodeuwedd is the Welsh goddess of flowers and spring. Her symbols are flowers and owls. This intensely beautiful goddess' name means "flower face", because magicians fashioned her visage from oak, meadowsweet, and broom flowers.
21" necklace with 2" extension chain. Necklace is made with beaded topaz and sterling silver wire. Pendant is pure sterling silver with cream moonstone cabochon. The necklace is adorned with silver plated flower bells with mauve freshwater pearls inside. The upper portion of the necklace is strung with mauve freshwater pearls and Swarovski pearls.
Earrings are 2.5" with beaded topaz and sterling silver wire, Swarovski pearls, and silver plated flower bells with freshwater pearls inside. Hook is nickel-free.
Bracelet is 6.25" with 2" extension chain. It's made with beaded topaz and sterling silver wire, Swarovski pearls, and silver plated filigree ornament.
Please note! The product photographed is not the exact product you will get, due to this being a made-to-order item. Because this necklace is made with natural items (freshwater pearls and topaz), there is likely to be slight imperfections in these parts of the necklace. Pearls are not uniformly shaped, and each one is unique. Each topaz stone has its own qualities, and what may look like a "crack" or break in the stone, is actually natural and called an "inclusion". It does not mean the stone is broken or is going to break!