The Surfer Boy Necklace (Unakite)
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:: Length: 18 inches (46cm)
:: Width: Approximately 8mm (stones vary from 5mm-10mm)
:: 14k yellow gold-filled 6mm magnetic closure (ultra strong)
:: Professionally strung in Sydney, Australia
:: Genuine semi-precious Unakite stones
Bohemian elements are at the forefront of the fine jewellery game, an aesthetic reflected in this beautiful necklace, which holds within it the healing properties of Unakite.
It features genuine Unakite "chips" and fastens with a 14k gold-filled clasp closure, taking it to the next (luxe) level. Available in classic 18 inch (46cm) length, with proportions that are reminiscent of the Puka Shell necklaces worn by the surfer boys of the 1970s. Every Surfer Boy Necklace comes in a heavy weight calico drawstring pouch, ready to give.
Layer it with a longer (20-24 inch) gold pendant necklace and choose a free-spirited approach to fine jewels in 2019.
GOLD-FILLED vs GOLD PLATED
Gold-filled jewellery is much more valuable than gold plated jewellery. It has a much thicker layer of gold on it compared to gold plated jewellery. In fact, “gold-filled” is just one step down from “solid gold” in terms of quality. As long as the piece is well cared for, your gold-filled jewellery will last a lifetime. A gold plated piece would last only months if worn daily.
Unakite, sometimes known as unakite jasper, is a form of granite that includes pieces of pink orthoclase feldspar, green epidote and quartz crystals. This stone has a highly balancing energy, and is an excellent one to introduce into your life if you are seeking a balanced relationship. Unakite has a unique and sensitive energy that blends the nurturing and growth symbolised by green with the love and innocence symbolised by pink. Unakite is an excellent stone to aid in the decision-making process, especially when the decisions you are having to make have you trapped “between a rock and a hard place” as the saying goes.