Thin Moon Diamond Necklace

Give your look a celestial touch with this hand-hammered moon diamond necklace.
created by

Heather Nashelle

$129.00

Heather Nashelle created by

Heather Nashelle

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Lunar Landing

Shoot for the stars, and land on the moon with this luminous crescent diamond necklace. For designer Heather Nashelle, nature and the changing seasons serve as a constant source of inspiration for her one-of-a-kind pieces. Influenced by our lunar counterpart, Heather hand-hammers each necklace and adorns it with a mini, conflict free diamond. You'll add just the right celestial touch to your ensemble. Handmade in Oregon.

Make it a set! Click here to see the matching Thin Moon Diamond Earrings.

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Made in Oregon

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Heather Nashelle

created by

Heather Nashelle

location

Oregon

Growing up in the snow-covered plains of Alaksa, Heather Nashelle has always been enlivened by nature and the changing seasons. You can see this in her collection through juxtaposing angular gems and hand hammered metals. Heather learned to combine her love of nature and jewelry making while at the University of Alaska Southeast, where she studied metal arts. Little did she know that a decade later she’d be filling orders for some of the country’s top retailers. But with a growing business, Heather felt that she needed to give back to the community, so she teamed up with Feeding America and Neighbor Impact to create Fashion Feeding Hunger, which partners with local charities to feed those less fortunate. Heather combines her two ultimate passions in Bend, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and six children.

Handmade Recycled Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
diamond, 14K gold fill
Measurements
Pendant: 2" L x 1" W; Chain: 17.5" L
Ingredients
Care
Clean with a polishing cloth.
Item ID
43654

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