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McKenzie Mendel Jewelry

Tumbled Necklace Owyhee Jasper

Tumbled Necklace Owyhee Jasper

Regular price $195.00 USD
Regular price $260.00 USD Sale price $195.00 USD
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This beautiful earth tone jasper looks like a slice of eastern Oregon.

The jasper hangs on a sterling silver rolo chain with a 14k yellow gold hoop accented with a champagne diamond.

Measures 1 3/4″ long by 1/4″ wide at their widest, hangs on an 20″ chain. If you want a different length chain or oxidized chain, just leave a note when you checkout.

Arrives to you in a special gift box.

This Tumbles series is a fun way for me to recycle material that would otherwise be discarded. Each stone pendant in this series is a cutting from our lapidary process that we then tumbled for these necklaces. Depending on the nature of the stone itself each one can come out of the tumbler with a shiny or matte finish and more smoothed edges or defined edges. Its a beautiful way for us to recycle material.
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Expected timelines for orders

If you are choosing a made to order item please allow me at least one business week to complete your order. If you purchase an in stock item, your order will ship right away, unless it needs a sizing adjustment. If you have a specific date you'd like to receive your jewelry, please let me know!

  • Care Instructions

    Silver will naturally oxidize over time. I provide wipes that you can use on any jewelry I make. Commercial dips can be very harsh on surface treatments and porous stones. Try to avoid dipping any porous stones in the solution such as pearls, turquoise, variscites, opals, and jaspers. Q tips are great to get around the stones. If your piece has keum boo on it do not soak your piece in any jewelry dips. Usually a quick dip and immediate rinse in water with soap will clean your piece. Gold pieces can be shined and cleaned with my polishing wipes I provide and if you need to get behind a stone use hot soapy water and a soft toothbrush. If the piece is already oxidized and needs to be cleaned, hot soapy water or a soft cloth work well.