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{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”
{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”

{No. 1} Labradorite & Baltic Amber Isis Reversible Necklace / 18”-20”

Regular price
$188.00
Sale price
$188.00

This double-sided pendant is adorned all the way around, and can be worn at two lengths, making it incredibly versatile! 

On the one side — a large round rose cut labradorite surrounded with flattened beaded accent wire.

On the other — a sterling silver Isis figurine holding up a small Baltic amber stone, embellished with silver granules and double border wires.

Oxidized and polished finish. The “core” of this piece (the backplate) is copper, but shouldn’t affect any skin with allergy issues because it’s almost entirely covered.

This necklace closes with a lobster clasp. The chain is also sterling silver and can be closed at either 18” or 20.”

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All Blue and Blue products are designed and handcrafted in Portland, Oregon by Emerald Zedonek.