Montana Agate Woven Toggle Necklace
Montana Agate Woven Toggle Necklace
Montana Agate Woven Toggle Necklace
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Montana Agate Woven Toggle Necklace

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Why we love this necklace

Our signature Woven Toggle Necklace featuring a beautiful and watery Montana Agate. A closed-back setting reflects the light outward through this luminous stone - a sure conversation starter! This piece is one-of-a-kind.

Agate is a material that has been used since antiquity in carved amulets and jewelry. The watery painted features of this stone reflect the riverbed environments from which they're obtained. They are both beautiful and tough - their exceptional hardness means they will not scratch or lose their luster over time, making them a smart choice in both fine and demi-fine jewelry.

 

This necklace can be worn at 16" or 17". We suggest pairing this necklace with our Montana Agate Links Pendant in a 20" length for a layered look.

 

Every Link in our Byzantine-style chains are made and woven by the artist.

Details

  • One-of-a-kind, this item cannot be duplicated
  • Pendant Stone: Montana Agate
  • Toggle Accent Stones: Citrine
  • Stone Origins: Agate = Montana, Citrine = Brazil
  • Chain: hand-woven .925 Sterling Silver in Byzantine Weave
  • Ships in 3-5 days

About Montana Agate

  • Agate is a form of microcrystalline silica, meaning its crystal structure is so dense and minute that it cannot be seen with the naked eye.
  • Agate has been used since antiquity in carved amulets and jewelry. The watery painted features of this stone reflect the riverbed environments from which they're obtained.
  • The dark inclusions that you see are due to the presence of minerals like Manganese and Iron Oxides, often they will appear in branched structures called "dendrites"
  • They are both beautiful and tough - their exceptional hardness means they will not scratch or lose their luster over time, making them a smart choice in both fine and demi-fine jewelry.