Gertrude ChainRegular price $189.00
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Gertrude Chain - mother nature delicately suspended around your neck. Keep the colds away with some garden goodness. Handblown local glass forms the mini garlic and leaf charms that are suspended from hand strung white fresh water pearls.
- 35 cm hand-strung Mauve and white fresh water pearl chain
- x 1 Glass garlic charm
- x 1 glass leaf
- 18K gold vermeil
- Comes in a branded pouch
- Ethically sourced and manufactured in India. Glass eggplants handblown in Australia.
- By Australian label, Jean Riley
We love Jean Riley and the creative owner and director, Joel Riley's inspiration behind the label. Inspired by the bubbly of Ms Gloria Jean Riley (1943 - 2020),a powerful mother and even more so grandmother who fell ill in 2015 with dementia. It's Joel's hope that she'll forever live on and keep bringing magic and joy to people through the brand. With each piece you collect, a percentage of profits will go to the further study of this disease.
- Care Instructions -
925 sterling silver can tarnish and although gold vermeil is far more durable than standard plating, it's natural that it's still susceptible to wear over time. We recommend removing jewellery prior to showering, exercising to extend the life of its shine and avoiding contact with harsh chemicals (such as perfumes, lotions etc) as these accelerate the oxidisation process.
Clean gently with a soft cloth - do not rub vigorously. We recommend storing pieces in their box or pouch when not in use to avoid scratches. Our 925 sterling silver earring posts are suitable for sensitive ears due to sterling silver’s low-reactivity to the human body. Sterling silver posts are naturally soft due to the high silver content, so we recommend gently bending them back into shape if they’re ever accidentally bent.
Handle the glass charms with care and store in pouches .
Care: Keep jewellery dry at all times. Avoid contact with chemicals and saltwater. After each wear, wipe with a soft clean cloth and store in a dry place to prevent tarnish or discolour.