SLDE-1028

Blackjack Necklace

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Every Island Girl has at least one Tahitian pearl in her jewelry box. So, when you're looking to add to that collection, select something unique and handmade.
This design sparkles with a cluster of black spinel gemstones, and pairs beautifully with our Infinity earrings and bracelet.

Product Details:

  • Necklace length: 18" chain with spring ring clasp.
  • Tahitian pearl size: 9mm x 10mm.
  • Gemstone size: 2.5mm.
  • Materials: Tahitian pearl, black spinel, 14K gold fill.
  • Metals: 14K gold fill.
  • Giftable: each item is sealed in a tarnish-resistant bag for protection, shipped gift-wrapped in a 3.5" x 3.5" branded gift box.
  • Handmade on Oahu, Hawaii.

Maintenance Instructions:

  • Keep your jewelry clean and dry. When you're not wearing it, store it in the provided ziplock bag.
  • Avoid harsh chemicals such as perfume, hairspray, sunscreen, swimming pool or hot tub chlorine, lotions, and oils.
  • Clean it with a soft jewelry cloth.
  • Do not clean pearls with steam, ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, or dip in liquid jewelry cleaner.
  • To minimize wear and tear, remove jewelry before activity, showering, or sleeping.

About the Designer:

Stacey Lee was born and raised on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. After obtaining her business degree in Oregon, she moved to Silicon Valley to work in the high-tech industry. When the dot-com bubble burst in 2001, her employer shut down and she was suddenly free to transition her fledgling part-time jewelry design business to full-time. Contemplating her next pursuit, she took a few months to travel throughout Europe and Southeast Asia. She then returned to Hawaii, excited to grow her business and enjoy the creative freedom of being her own boss.

Jewelry design is Stacey's number one passion, and travel is a close second. Some of her greatest adventures have come from her explorations and buying trips over the years; the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, ancient jewelry collections at the Louvre Museum in Paris, Smithsonian's Mineral and Gem Collection in Washington D.C., silver handicraft towns in Bali, and the gem district in Bangkok to name a few.

Stacey is truly grateful for the opportunity to be self-employed and is thankful for all of her customers over the years who have enabled her to live out her dream! After being in business for 20 years, she is still inspired by her beautiful island surroundings, incorporating pearls and gemstones into timeless wearable art.