This unique pendant holds a teardrop shaped Shiva shell, also known as a Pacific Cat’s Eye or Shiva Eye shell, in 6 sterling silver prongs. The delicate spiral is exactly centered on the front of the shell. The Shiva shell is laying on a decorative back of sterling silver allowing the wearer to see the swirls of color on the backside of the shell. The bail is hand stamped with delicate spirals to match the Shiva shell below and has a subtle green Aventurine stone set atop it.
This stunning pendant hangs from a 16" sterling silver coil neck wire with a simple to use friction closure. For added drama there are 10 removable handmade African glass beads in varied sizes and complimentary colors strung onto the neck wire. They can be removed altogether or you can where some or all of them on the neck wire...the choice is yours.
Thoughtful design that is Completely handmade and one of a kind.
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Gold-filled materials are an excellent alternative to solid gold, offering gold's characteristic warm yellow or blushing rose tones at a fraction of the cost. At the same time, gold-filled is more durable and retains more value than gold-plated pieces.
The value of gold-filled is greater than gold-plated because gold-filled has an actual layer of karat gold, not just a microscopic film, as is the case with gold-plated items. The karat gold covering also significantly increases the tarnish resistance of the base metal substrate.
"14/20" definition: "14/20" gold-filled material is made with 14-karat gold, and the gold represents 1/20th (or 5%) of the total weight of the material.