Available from: £354.00
A pretty little link necklace made of faceted zircon beads in autumnal hues.
The necklace fastens with a 9ct yellow gold mini cupid t-bar clasp. This clasp is secure and works simply by pushing the arrow through the heart.
17" (43cm) in total, each zircon bead is 3mm wide threaded onto 9ct gold wire in short sections.
A collection of bespoke pieces handmade by Erin.
These pieces are made using unusual and rare gems and are often unrepeatable.
If you have further questions about these pieces, or would like to commission your own piece of bespoke jewellery, please contact the shop.
Hardness 7.5 – Gemstones family-Zircon Natural zircon today is unrecognised by many customers due to the similarity of its name to cubic zirconia (the laboratory-grown imitation diamond). Many people are unaware that there is a beautiful natural gemstone called zircon. In the middle ages, zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honour and wisdom in its owner. The name comes from the Persian word 'zargun', which means 'gold-coloured', although zircon comes in a wide range of different colours. For many years the most popular was the colourless variety, which looks more like a diamond than any other natural stone because of its brilliance and light dispersion. Zircon is mined in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Australia, and other countries.