One of a Kind Pearl Borealis Necklace


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  • 14k solid recycled yellow gold
  • Natural Pearl, wing shape, 29.5x11.3x3.7mm, 7.44ct, USA origin
  • Available as a pendant only or on 14k Fairmined yellow gold 2.25mm cable Script chain in either 16-18" or 18-20"

This piece is handmade locally in New York. The pendant is made with post-consumer recycled gold. The chain is made with Fairmined gold which supports the communities at the source of our materials.

This natural pearl is considered a rare "wing" shape pearl. Most natural wing pearls are smaller in size, under 15mm. This particular pearl was part of a natural pearl collection that was sourced between 1949 and 2000, with most of the pearls being harvested around 1970 in the Tennessee River Valley. Natural pearls are extremely rare (compared to cultured pearls) with the statistic for finding a natural pearl of gem quality being 1 in 10,000.


Pearls benefit from being worn and absorbing the natural oils on your skin. While they benefit from moisture, they should not be submerged in water. When cleaning, gently wipe with a soft cloth before putting them away. They can also be scratched due to their soft surface and should therefore be stored separately from other jewelry.

Delivery and Returns

Please note that this ring is considered final sale. If in stock, this item will ship within 2 business days from purchase.

Shipping & Handling

All shipments are sent fully insured with tracking information. A signature upon delivery is required for orders over $500.

  • UPS Standard - $11 (2-7 business days)
  • UPS Second Day - $25 (2 business days)
  • Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, & Puerto Rico - $28
  • International UPS Saver - $48, not including duties & taxes

Material: Pearl

The pearl culturing process is cyclical –– it creates many by-products with little to no wastage! After the pearls have been harvested, the parts of the shells that are covered in lustrous nacre are used for jewelry, artwork, instruments, and accessories. Non-lustrous, and thick parts of the shell that remain are repurposed into tiny beads, to be used as nuclei and implanted into mollusks for growing more cultured pearls. Last, but not least, the mussel meat is used for fertilizer and animal food by local farmers.