Our Alexandra Mor Tagua and Emerald Bead Sautoir Necklace is part of our partnership with Vogue Italia and features ethically-mined emerald tumble beads from Colombian Muzo mine and beads made from tagua seed, accented by white topaz briolettes and diamonds. A white gold chain is the base of the necklace, with the designer's signature logo gallery in 18k yellow gold. This one-of-a-kind necklace is handcrafted in New York City and signed by the designer.
10% of all proceeds from this collection goes to Space for Giants - an organization dedicated to conserving African elephants and their habitats.
18k White Gold, 18k Yellow Gold, Emeralds (107.14ctw), Tagua Seed (216.77ctw), White Diamonds (2.56ctw)
Handle tagua seed jewelry with white cotton gloves. If these are not available, wash your hands first with soap and water to remove oils and dirt. It is best to store tagua seed jewelry similar to storing materials like ivory, opals, emeralds and pearls in a controlled environment with low-light and relative humidity. Conditions should be kept constant and we recommend avoiding extreme conditions or rapid fluctuations. We recommend storing in a tightly closed display case or storage drawer to limit sudden changes in temperature and relative humidity, as well as dust and dirt. If stored properly, tagua seed jewelry will not require a lot of cleaning or maintenance. To enhance natural shine and luster, we suggest buffing the tagua seed with beeswax about once per year. Avoid water when cleaning or wearing tagua seed jewelry. With time, like ivory, tagua seed can turn into a yellowish creamy tone.
Product imagery was taken by photographer Russell Starr for Alexandra Mor.
This item measures: 48" in length.
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