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Drops of Ruby Necklace

Regular price
$135
Sale price
$114

#2040-056 In Stock

Faceted rubies dangle amidst petite freshwater pearls and aquamarine gemstones in this breathtaking necklace. The pretty stones are arranged in an elegant Y-shape to give radiance to any look. This necklace measures 18" with a 2" extender and a 3.5" drop. Make it a set with the matching earrings!

Made in North Carolina. Free shipping.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Nutan Gupta, owner and maker behind Cydwlk Jewelry, has created beautiful jewelry from her Chapel Hill studio since 2007. Her first job as a buyer of handcrafted jewelry in India gave her an introduction to gemstones and metals, but she is largely self-taught. Nutan moved to North Carolina ten years ago from Texas to pursue her MBA degree at the University of North Carolina. Her pieces are inspired by the four seasons here in North Carolina, combining colors and designs reminiscent of our state’s flora and fauna with the classic gemstone combinations she learned years ago working with local artists in India.
 

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Length: 18" with 2" extender
  • Materials: Ruby, pearl, aquamarine, sterling silver
  • Care instructions: Please use soft jewelry cleaning cloth to clean the pieces lightly. Use light soap water to rinse and pat dry.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Specifications

  • Length: 18" with 2" extender
  • Materials: Ruby, pearl, aquamarine, sterling silver
  • Care instructions: Please use soft jewelry cleaning cloth to clean the pieces lightly. Use light soap water to rinse and pat dry.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Meet the Maker

Nutan Gupta, owner and maker behind Cydwlk Jewelry, has created beautiful jewelry from her Chapel Hill studio since 2007. Her first job as a buyer of handcrafted jewelry in India gave her an introduction to gemstones and metals, but she is largely self-taught. Nutan moved to North Carolina ten years ago from Texas to pursue her MBA degree at the University of North Carolina. Her pieces are inspired by the four seasons here in North Carolina, combining colors and designs reminiscent of our state’s flora and fauna with the classic gemstone combinations she learned years ago working with local artists in India.