18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace
18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace
18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace
18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace
18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace

18 Karat White Gold Inlayed Vegetable Ivory Green Opal Tsavorite Garnet & Diamond Pendant Necklace

Regular price $7,695.00

Green Opal: 1 Oval (15.39cts) total weight

Tsavorite Garnet: 6 Round (0.13cts) total weight

Diamond: 16 Round Brilliant (0.07cts) total weight

Mounting Component: Recycled 18 Karat White Gold

Organic Component: Oval Vegetable Ivory (Tagua Nut)

Chain: 20.00″ Adjustable Cable Link with Lobster Claw Clasp

Limitations: Measurements & weights are approximate

Unique Product Aspects: 

  • Proudly crafted in the United States of America with recycled precious metals, conflict free diamonds, fair trade gemstones and organic material.
  • Organic Component: The featured design element of this piece is harvested from Ecuadorian ivory palms by a fair trade compliant organization which benefits local people and their economy.  Called Tagua; this seed/nut is indigenous within southern Panama along the Andes to Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, northwestern Brazil, and Peru.  Commonly known as vegetable ivory or palm ivory; the scientific name (Phytelephas) means "plant elephant" and is a botanical alternative to elephant ivory.  Mature seeds are harder than wood and can be polished and carved like ivory.
  • Fabrication: Once a suitable seed is chosen, segmentation occurs in a specific direction to yield a generous surface area that is free of cracks or gaps.  Following several fashioning steps and without the use of any bindings such as glues or other epoxies, the seed is adhered to a fabricated metal component.  This process is the most challenging.  
  • Serialized with unique identifying characteristics for authenticity.