Green Iridescent Pinfire Faceted Jefanite™ Gem Pendant
$45.00 – $65.00
A delicate and elegant black and green pendant necklace featuring a freehand faceted Jefanite™ gem cut in a chevron shape. The gem is predominantly green, exhibiting a broad iridescent golden green feature, accompanied by more green gold pinfire with even slight blue flashes.
A delicate and elegant black and green pendant necklace featuring a freehand faceted Jefanite™ gem cut in a chevron shape. The gem is predominantly green, exhibiting a broad iridescent golden green feature, accompanied by more green gold pinfire with even slight blue flashes. The black background adds an elegance that is sure to please. The gem is set in a .925 sterling silver claw back setting that makes it lighter and more delicate to wear.
The Jefanite™ gem feature is absolutely unique. The pendant comes with a complimentary snake chain in a cute little velvet bag. You can optionally choose a pendant box along with a complimenting satin ribbon in case you are giving it as a gift, through a shipping upgrade.
The Sterling Silver setting and the Jefanite™ gem are both created in our studio here in Toowoomba, Australia, by both of us, Ann and Jeff.
As hard as we try, the flat product photos simply don’t do the Jefanite™ pendants justice. The video below will give you a better idea of the beautiful brilliance and variety and depth of colours in our Jefanite™ gems.
Pendant – 35 mm x 15 mm (including bail) Jefanite™ Gem – 30 mm x 18 mm x 6mm Chain – 46 cm (18 inch) silver plated snake chain
How It Was Made
The Jefanite™ gem in your jewellery is created by Jeff through a special process he has developed. You can read more about Jefanite™ on this page.
The sterling silver setting or bail is created by Ann specifically to suit the Jefanite™ gem or gems she is working with. She often allows the gem to dictate the type of setting she will create and then over that she applies her own creative touch. The setting is created from quality materials, such as .925 sterling silver sheet or wire, that Ann then cuts and shapes by hand. The setting is then further refined and polished by hand, until Ann is happy with the final finish. The gem or gems are then fitted to complete the piece. It is then given a final once over to ensure it is completed to a standard we are both happy with.