GreaterGood has given more than $35 million to non-profit charities around the world since 1999. Learn more.
Skip navigation
Every Purchase Fights Famine in the Horn of Africa & Combats Hunger in the U.S.
Skip navigation

Pearl & prehnite Y necklace, 'Royal'

Item # 46884
Currently out of stock

Roll over image to zoom in

Prehnite crowns a polished square of tiger's eye matrix. Golden pearls echo its honeyed tones. Set on knotted cords, the stones hang alluringly from a handcrafted choker. Lilly Rahmann adds gleaming sterling silver beads to this regal necklace that fastens with a quartz ball-and-eye clasp.

Please note that natural prehnite may present inclusions which are formed naturally. The stone's natural shape and size may vary slightly, but the design of the necklace remains unaltered.

.925 Sterling silver Made in Thailand.

  • Toggle clasp
  • Necklace:
       16.9" L
       2.8" L
       7.1" L x 1.2" W
  • Weight: 1.31 oz
  • Sterling silver, prehnite, tiger's eye matrix and cultured pearl on nylon
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Thailand. Please allow 10 to 18 days for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

This item is shipped with a Free Jewelry Box from our partner.

This item ships from a third party and may be excluded from certain promotions. Please see the Current Promotions page for details.

People buying this item also bought:

Artisan: Lilly Rahmann

Artisan Lilly Rahmann

"My name is Lilly Rahmann and I was born in Bangkok. I started learning arts and crafts at the age of four. The primary school, secondary school, and college that I attended specialized in the arts and crafts.

"My plans and life changed drastically when I married a Canadian and moved to Canada to start a flower import business. I was fortunate enough to learn the art of floral arranging from a world-renowned artist from France. He taught me how to use the natural colors, textures and shapes of flowers to mix and blend them into beautiful arrangements. When I started making my own jewelry in 2000, I used the same rules governing the art of floral arrangement to produce some interesting pieces.

"I enjoy working with many gems and crystals. I often try to match stones that are not often seen together to create something new. In the last few years, I have read extensively on the healing properties of gemstones and I now create many pieces with these properties in mind. I will not make jewelry when I am tired, sad or sick. I make jewelry only when I feel happy, creative, and peaceful so that I transmit only positive energy through the gemstones to the person wearing my designs. I want people who buy my jewelry to feel healthy and happy when they wear it."

Popular Now: