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Wire-Wrapped White Water Turquoise with Pyrite Pendant in 14k Goldfill

Regular price $90.00 USD
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I have wrapped this gorgeous natural White Water turquoise stone, with natural flecks of pyrite, in 14k goldfilled wire! Measuring approximately 1 3/8" in length, this is a piece of White Water turquoise, which is a stunning variation of turquoise mined in Campitos Mountains in Sonora, Mexico. The bright blue turquoise is included with natural pyrite, which gives it such a fun sparkle! This seriously unique and very collectable stone is a really special piece and one-of-a-kind. This piece would look stunning on anyone, whether worn alone or as part of a larger neck mess look! It is perfect for the collector of unique stones! It also would be an amazing birthday gift for someone with a December birthstone who would like a unique present.

Please note turquoise is a soft and porous stone and should never be submerged in water. Please remove before applying any perfumes, lotions, creams, or ointments.

Please see the photos and videos of this piece showing it in different lights, as the color may appear different.

MEASUREMENTS: 1 5/8" x 1/2"

MATERIALS: 14k goldfilled wire, White Water turquoise (Mexico)

This pendant comes with a complimentary goldfilled chain.

Over time, gold-fill wire may show some wear. Gold-filled wire is a tube of gold that has been filled with a base metal, (generally pure jeweler's brass), and the two are securely bonded together with heat and pressure. Each purchase from my shop comes with a complimentary yellow polishing cloth, which you may use at any time to polish your piece. (The cloth will still work even as it gets darker; do not wash the polishing cloth.) When polishing, try to avoid the stone so as not to scratch it. Please do not wear in the shower or pool. There may be small imperfections on the stone. I have done my best to photograph it fully.

Please do not manipulate or bend the wire around the stone, or push on the stone, as it may affect the integrity of the piece and cause it to become unstable.