Pasithéa silver and aquaprase necklace
Pasithéa silver and aquaprase necklace

Pasithéa silver and aquaprase necklace

Sale price149,00 €

Sterling silver necklace with a 12 mm round Aquaprase stone, encircled by a ribbed ring.

Color:Silver / Aquaprase
Recycled solid silver
Stone traceability
Made in France
Natural stone

Sterling silver necklace with a 12 mm round Aquaprase stone, encircled by a ribbed ring.

  • Metal: Sterling silver 925
  • Gems: Aquaprase
  • Silver Weight: 4.9g
  • Size: 40 + 10cm
  • Stone size: 12 mm
  • Stone specificity: Glued

The Gaïa collection draws its inspiration from the Aquaprase stone that composes it. The natural inclusions imprisoned in this fine gem remind us of the Earth seen from the sky. These color variations from white to blue via chocolate or even green make each stone unique and exempt from any treatment: it is 100% natural. If you look closely you may be able to discern clouds, bodies of water and continents.

The Paisthéa necklace is an original Aglaïa & Co creation. This jewel was imagined, designed and manufactured in France in our partner workshops in accordance with our ethical values.

  • Origin of the money: Italy & Germany
  • Chain: 100% recycled silver
  • Assembly & Chain Welding: Lyon
  • Medal design: Haute Savoie
  • Stone Bonding: Marseille
  • Preparation of orders: Marseille

In order to ensure the traceability of this new stone and its extraction conditions, we rely on the Gemologist Yanni Melas, fervent defender of the rights of minors who discovered this stone in 2013. Carine, our creator met Avant Chordia, partner of Yanni, who is in charge of stone cutting in India with a very strict "No Compromise" policy. In the workshop, international standards are respected in order to obtain the highest quality of cutting while protecting employees with the latest equipment. Thus, we ensure the total traceability of the stone from its extraction to our final jewel. Aquaprase stones come from southern Africa. They are neither enhanced in color nor treated. Shades, irregularities or inclusions are characteristic of these natural stones.