Fossil Coral Botanical Charm Necklace

Over millions of years, fossilized skeletons of prehistoric coral slowly develop into agate. Those skeletons commonly appear as tiny flower patterns like the ones in this pendant.

Neutral shades of tan and gray make the white "flowers" in this fossil coral really pop. I paired it with a hand-crafted flower charm and a leafy branch to match the botanical vibe of the stone. The trio hang together on a triple charm bar, all of which have been tumbled with media that gives the pieces a more organic, rustic finish.

The charm holder measures 1-1/2" wide with the longest charm hanging 1-3/4" from the bar. It hangs from a sterling silver rolo chain in your choice of length. 

All metal is sterling silver (except the fine silver bezel) that has been oxidized, tumble polished and sealed with a protective coating.

Fossil coral is a natural gemstone that is created when prehistoric coral is gradually replaced with agate. The fossil coral forms through hardened deposits left by silica-rich waters. The entire process can take over 20 million years. Most fossil coral is found in Indonesia and the USA (in Florida and Georgia). 

Care:  As with all handmade jewelry, this necklace is delicate and should never be worn when showering, swimming or during strenuous activity and sports. Beauty products such as perfume, hair spray and body lotions should be applied before putting on your jewelry. Store your jewelry in a small box or pouch to reduce tarnishing. To remove tarnish, use a good quality polishing cloth such as a Sunshine cloth.

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