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The "Stacie" Necklace

The "Stacie" Necklace


My friend Stacie asked me if I could make her a necklace to go with her pair of "My Favorite Earrings." Honestly, I'd never thought about doing that - so, of course, I've named this style after her.

This is the classic with a beautiful fresh water pearl. The pearl is gently nestled atop a copper disc which I have fused with sterling silver bits. No two discs will be the same, all will have a unique pattern. The silver & copper are fused forever together & as the pendant ages, you may see a warm, rosy hue creeping out from the copper, ever so gently. I think it's lovely.


The "Stacie" necklace pictured is an example of what you will receive.  I promise it will have as much luster and beauty, although it will not be the exact necklace pictured.  Each one is one of a kind, as the silver melts and fuses into the copper a little differently each and every time.  The pearl color will be a white to a cream color, and I pick out each pearl to enhance the necklace disc and bring out the colors in it.  

The pendant hangs on a 20" sterling snake chain - it's silky smooth. I have other sizes available, if desired.  (30" & 36" are a slight additional cost)

Your necklace comes packaged in a hand-made pouch, perfect for gifting or for carrying your jewelry with you when you travel.

  • Details

    Copper, Sterling Silver & Fresh Water Pearl.

    Chain is 20" Sterling Silver with a lobster claw clasp.
    Disc is 1" wide, and slightly domed.
  • Care Instructions

    Caring for your new jewelry is easy.  The best way to care for it, is to wear it!!  Jewelry that is worn tarnishes more slowly, so wear and enjoy.

    Should you notice a bit of tarnish, you may use a Sunshine Cloth or any other dry polish cloths.  Please avoid any pastes or liquids when polishing.  If you have a piece with stones, please note that anything liquid or paste may harm the stones or discolor them.  

    If trying to sanitize, sterling silver jewelry may be wiped gently with alcohol.  Avoid rubbing alcohol on the stones - I can't guarantee the results.  Please also avoid using bleach on sterling silver, as it will turn black.  If it does, a polish with a Sunshine cloth will have it good as new!!

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