This gorgeous coral necklace sold before we could get better pictures but we've decided to share it anyway. This is hand carved natural coral from the Victorian era with those deep orange-red hues we're always on the lookout for. The color of the stone will actually change (a bit) depending on how much it's worn & what your ph balance is. Rebekah has a coral ring from the same period that she wears everyday & has gone from a lighter orange to an incredibly deep red. Part of what makes this necklace so special is how each 'tooth' on the strand is completely unique. More like this soon..we hope!
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