Voyageuse Collection: Desma pendant

18 karat gold pendant with 12.4 carats herkimer diamond 4.55 carat peridot 3.45 carat green tourmaline and 3.45 carat black spinel by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds
18 karat gold pendant with 12.4 carats herkimer diamond 4.55 carat peridot 3.45 carat green tourmaline and 3.45 carat black spinel by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds
one of a kind 18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under UV light
18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under black light
one of a kind 18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under UV light
18 karat gold pendant with 12.4 carats herkimer diamond 4.55 carat peridot 3.45 carat green tourmaline and 3.45 carat black spinel by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds
18 karat gold pendant with 12.4 carats herkimer diamond 4.55 carat peridot 3.45 carat green tourmaline and 3.45 carat black spinel by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds
one of a kind 18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under UV light
18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under black light
one of a kind 18 karat gold and herkimer diamond pendant by Michelle Pajak-Reynolds fluoresces under UV light

Voyageuse Collection: Desma pendant

1,975.00

One-of-a-kind pendant featuring 12.4 carats golden enhydro double terminated quartz*, 4.55 carats (total weight) peridot, 3.45 carats (total weight) olive green tourmaline, 3.45 carats (total weight) black spinel and recycled 18k gold

Desma pendant is adjustable 16-18 inches via a 18k recycled yellow gold hook & eye clasp

Pendant measures 1 inch wide x 1 ¼ inch long

*Golden enhydro double terminated quartz are the strongest of the quartz gems and they come directly out of the ground in the shape you see, they are not faceted by gem cutters. Double terminated quartz, first discovered in Herkimer, NY, reflect light similar to diamonds which is how these gems got the nickname herkimer diamond. The rarest of these rare beauties featuring petroleum inclusions are called golden enhydros and are predominately found in Pakistan. (Only double terminated quartz mined in Herkimer, NY can be called herkimer diamond) When exposed to UV/black lights, the petroleum inclusions fluoresce a vibrant green/blue allowing these one-of-a-kind gems to “glow from within.”

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Inspired by the beauty of moss, the Voyageuse collection combines one-of-a-kind gems highlighted with recycled 18k yellow gold and sterling silver to convey the preciousness of nature within timeless designs.  To help preserve the beauty and encourage the respectful enjoyment our natural world, 5% of each Voyageuse collection purchase is donated to the Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s Trails Forever Fund.

Read more about the making of the Voyageuse collection.

 

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