Product code: 42421002
Redefine clarity in a modern and edgy way with this Missoma shield pendant necklace.
The design-led piece of jewellery comes with a clean-cut triangular labradorite stone pendant. Stimulating clarity, imagination and intuition, the labradorite is the stone of consciousness. The stone protects the aura, be keeping it clear and balanced. It dispels fear, anxiety and negativity. It protects from irrational fear, helping you find order out of chaos.
The necklace can be mixed and matched with other necklaces or worn on its own.
Delivered with a branded jewellery box.
- Length: 52-56cm, pendant: 1.67 x 1.44cm, jump rings: 4.35 x 2.66mm
- Gold Carat
- 18 carat
- Jewellery Type
- Main Stone Type
The composition of the metal. Mixed - more than one metal; Solid - Entirely precious metal throughout; Vermeil - Minimum 2.5 microns of Gold plate on solid silver base; Plated - Precious metal on non precious metal; Toned - No precious metal
- Gold Plated Vermeil
- Gold plated sterling silver
- Metal colour
The colour of the metal: Silver - includes white gold, platinum, chrome etc.; Gold - includes yellow metals; Rose Gold - includes Rose gold and copper tones; Mixed - two or more metal colours e.g. a ring with white gold and rose gold elements.
- Necklace Type
As a British designer jewellery brand, Missoma leads the way in demi-fine contemporary jewellery. Our design philosophy focuses on creating the perfect jewellery for your everyday wardrobe. Our delicate, distinctive pieces combine semi-precious gemstones with delicate zircon pavé set in 18ct gold vermeil for a refined but playful feel. An integral part of our designs is its ability to be worn alone or layered. We embrace the need for versatility and desire for interchangeable pieces, mix and match studs and collectable pendants and charms, enabling our jewellery pieces to be a unique expression of individual style. Founder and Creative Director Marisa Hordern has collected gemstones since she was 5 years old, and to this day still travels to India to h+E127and-source the gemstones which inspire so many of her collections. Designing special shapes and using unusual facets has become an integral part of Missoma’s creations.