Peridot Love Beads | Hand-Ground | Fresh Green Color
$149.00 - $179.00
The Mesmerizing Green of Earth and Sky
Mesmerizing green peridot is found in in lava, meteorites, and deep in the earth’s mantle. Poetically, peridot comes from the earth's upheaval and the sky's search for itself. Our Peridot love beads necklace delivers luscious green color in an unpolished, unisex finish that appeals to nature lovers everywhere.
Calling all rebels, bohemians, peacemakers and freethinkers. Return to the Summer of Love with our new, grown-up love beads. We improved a vintage, hippy classic with high quality, hand-ground semi-precious gemstone beads. The unisex design features a small, caviar size with an incredible, hand ground, unpolished beach glass finish. Made for another time of change when uniqueness, spirit and rebellion were valued.
This exclusive-to-us product took two and a half years to develop. We’re proud that our update has the same independent spirit as the 60s originals-but with a fresh, modern, natural, non-gendered look.
The unpolished finish delivers soft, modern color that magnifies the gemstone’s organic, mineral nature.
How to Wear
Layer one for soft, modern color.; Stack and style them together or with other jewellery for a curated, bohemian vibe. Our love beads look great as a wrist wrap, too. These gemstone love beads are exclusive to Greige as part of a triple-brand collaboration with Jaipure and PurHerbals.
Length: Sizes are fixed at either 18 inches (fits most women and many men) or 24 inches (fits almost anyone). This is a completely handmade product. Unlike machine turned beads, sizes and the unpolished finish will vary.
Clasp: .925 sterling silver clasp with an oxidized | antique finish | lobster claw
Black Spinel Tourmaline Peridot Labradorite Amethyst Iolite Garnet Citrine Mixed All
The flower end has a larger bore and is inset routed to create the flower chamber. The mouthpiece end has a smaller bore to catch ash. Both sections are precision machined to create the threading. The outside has a hand created texture Indian jewelry uses very traditional, old-school hand skills passed down from family-to-family. These generationally learned, heritage skills are exacting, intense, daredevil work. Irreplaceable. Craftspeople start by saw-cutting the gemstones into small cubes. The next step is to turn the cut cubes into round beads by hand sanding the edges on a grinding wheel. Next, the beads go into a vibrating machine that knocks off small edges for a more uniform finish. Next, the beads are individually drilled, then strung on a stainless wire for on-the-go lifestyles. Finished with a blackened sterling clasp. Hand ground in Jaipur, India-the world capital of gemstone cutting. Imported
The pipe has two sections that are connected by a long, threaded screw for a tight fit and pleasing proportion. They come apart for easy cleaning. Recommended Cleaning: Pipe cleaners, warm water and a soft cloth. Wipe and air-dry. Both brass and silver are living finishes. If you don’t love natural patination that comes with use, you can remove tarnish and bring back shine with polishing cloths or gentle jewelry cleaners.
The make of Indian prints is process driven. Use this guide to maker's Hindi/Indian Slang translated into English, to understand the natural dye block print process together with other general information.
Muslins were, likely, the world’s first luxury trades. Demand for their sensory qualities of airiness, softness and coolness on the skin drove exports all over the ancient world. Domestically, Indian muslins are regarded as an art form that rivaled the beauty and transparency of silk. In Rome and beyond, Indian handwovens were sold as ‘textalisventalis’ or ‘woven air’.