14k Aquamarine Necklace
A dainty Aquamarine necklace features a heart-cut aquamarine carefully set onto the delicate chain. The chain ends are adorned with petite aquamarines, that make beautiful accents and prevent the necklace from spinning around the neck. Handmade to your order.
Materials• Natural Aquamarine
• tiny aquamarines at the chain ends
• Sterling Silver or 14k Gold
• beautiful branded gift box + card about aquamarine
• aquamarine: 8x8mm
• chain lengths: 15” (38cm), 16” (40.5cm) or 18" (45cm)
• model wears a 16" necklace
Read more about aquamarine here.
Sterling Silver: 1-3 working days;
14k Gold: 1- 5 working days.
Production time is not included in shipping time.
|LV||2 - 4||1|
|EU, Canada||4 - 10||1 - 2|
|USA||4 - 7||1 - 3|
|Australia, Asia Pacific||10 - 30||3 - 5|
Standard shipping - trackable airmail, free for orders over 50 EUR.
Express shipping - fast, convenient, and time-guaranteed shipping method, perfect for time-sensitive orders. Free for orders over 200EUR.Recipient phone number + real physical address is a mandatory requirement to provide the service. Can’t be shipped to PO Boxes. Still have a question? Send us a message!
14k Gold-Filled. A practical balance between cost and quality, our gold-filled pieces have a thick layer of 14k gold, heat and pressure bonded to a high-quality brass core. They contain much more real gold than regular gold-plating.
14k Rose Gold-Filled. Similar to yellow gold-filled, rose gold filled has a bit of copper added to the alloy to give it a rosy hue.
Sterling Silver. Solid, precious metal that lasts forever. It darkens with time, but can be polished up. Oils from your skin help prevent silver tarnish... so wear it often!
14k Gold. Traditional precious metals for your special jewelry pieces. 14k or 585. Available in Yellow, Rose and White colors.
18k Gold. Special pieces can be made in solid 18k Gold (750). It is more precious due to high content of pure gold and have more intense yellow tone. We use only gold tone of 18k Gold.
If you want your jewelry in specific material isn't listed, please send us a message.
What’s the difference between Gold-Filled, Gold-Plated and Solid gold?
Solid Gold Pure gold, alloyed with stronger metals, all the way through. Traditional expensive Gold alloy.
Gold Filled Thick gold layer pressure bonded to a core of high-quality brass. Total weight of 14k gold is 5% which is 100 times more than in gold plated jewelry.
Gold Plated Thin gold layer “flashed” onto metal core with electrical current. Plated jewelry has very thin layer of gold. Not used in Boutique Baltique pieces.