|Metal Stamp||925 Sterling Silver|
|Total Metal Weight||1.2 grams|
|Size per pearl||6.0-6.5mm|
|Pearl Type||Freshwater Cultured|
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The extremely successful and popular collection Dew, features a wide ranging selection of sterling silver pendants, necklaces, rings, stone rings, bangles and beaded bracelets.
With timeless classic designs as well as contemporary on trend items, Dew is a brand that offers quality sterling silver at a reasonable price.
Launched in 2009 the brand has grown from strength to strength and is stocked across the UK.
Dew’s designs are affordable as a treat or as a special gift purchase for that special someone.
Rose Quartz - Unique colour and is one of the more popular quartz varieties. The cause of rose quartz’s pink tint is thought to be due to tiny impurities of manganese, titanium or ion. The heart stone said to heal a broken heart and emotional pains.
Blue Lace Agate - Agate is a variety of quartz featuring striking bands of colour. The calming stone said to increase feelings of well-being and ease nervousness.
Swarovski Crystal – Crystal glass made by the Swarovski family since 1892. The makers of the finest crystal glass beads.
Freshwater Pearl – Pearls which are formed in fresh water molluscs and resemble puffed rice. Pearls are the birthstone of June and said to enhance stability.
Amethyst - The most stunning colour of all quartz. Amethysts have been highly revered by many different cultures through out history. Believed to hold healing properties the stone is said to aid sleep and to even relieve headaches.
Turquoise - A softer stone than quartz, the blue comes from copper and the hints of green sometimes seen from iron. Used through out time as a decorative stone by the Egyptians and the Persians, Turquoise is said to protect the wearer’s material wealth.
Blue Topaz - most commonly found in yellow topaz is a fluorine aluminium silicate and comes in many different colours. Blue topaz is the stone for the month of November, and is said to bring clarity and wisdom to its wearer.
Cubic Zirconia – a man made crystal this stone, often called CZ, is one of the most popular in jewellery today due to its similarity to diamonds. To the untrained eye it is very difficult to tell a diamond and cubic zirconia apart, but one way is that because of its manufactured nature the cubic zirconia is said to “outshine” a diamond.
Marcasite – actually iron sulphite and has the same chemical make up of Pyrite. The term Marcasite is actually the Arabic word for Pyrite. Made popular to the masses in Victorian times the stones are used along side precious stones and can be found in various locations across the world.