A beautiful Petoskey stone and beads of Leland Blue in various shades swing from a graceful sterling silver loop in this fun modern necklace.
This entire pendant is about 3.25 inches long. The silver loop is approximately 2.25 inches long and the beads hang down an additional inch. The Petoskey stone bead is about half an inch in diameter.
Please choose a 20 or 24 inch sterling silver chain before checking out. I prefer to wear this with a 20 inch chain but it is all a matter of personal preference.
Petoskey stones are a fossilized coral most often found in Lake Michigan. The vast majority are found in the Little Traverse Bay region of Lake Michigan near the towns of Petoskey and Harbor Springs, Michigan.
Leland blue is a glass-like byproduct of the iron industry in Northern Michigan. Well over 100 years ago this byproduct, called slag, was discarded in Lake Michigan. It has been washing up on shore ever since, especially near its namesake town of Leland, MI. Jewelers and rockhounds have been collecting and using this "stone" for years. The Leland Blues in this necklace can range from a light denim blue to a very dark green.
These are genuine stone beads so they come with all the beautiful natural variations and designs. Because of this, each necklace is unique so it may not look exactly like the one in the photograph, but it will be very close.
The forth photograph shows this necklace with matching earrings. This listing is for the NECKLACE ONLY. The earrings can be found in the earrings section of my shop.
Boho Petoskey stone and Leland Blue necklace
I gladly accept returns and exchanges.
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Custom and personalized items cannot be returned. But please contact me with any issues and we will work together to find a resolution.