Druzy Chevron Necklace

Karina Harris's contemporary chevron charm is encrusted with glittering druzys.
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Karina Harris

$80.00

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She was known for her sharp fashion sense. Fetching on its own or layered for a bohemian look, Karina Harris's contemporary gold-fill chevron pendant is encrusted with glittering druzys, which are shimmering, crystalline compositions that form within geodes over thousands of years. Handmade in San Francisco.

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Made in California

Karina Harris

created by

Karina Harris

location

California

There's a sweet story behind Karina Harris' jewelry: her passion for jewelry making began when she first stepped into her local bead store, igniting a search for components she could forge into jewelry using her father's beekeeping tools. In her late teens, the San Francisco native set off to explore South America, Africa, and Asia, where she was inspired by the textiles, jewelry, and designs she discovered there. Karina believes in the feeling that a special piece of jewelry can give the wearer, that jewelry should be made to last, and that sometimes just one piece isn't enough.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
gold fill, Druzy
Measurements
Pendant: 1.5" L x 0.5" W; Chain: 18" L
Item ID
42094

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