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Claire van Holthe Citrine Statement Necklace with Rock Crystal Pendant

£350.00

A unique citrine necklace with natural point rock crystal pendant. Hand-made by Claire van Holthe. Perfectly presented in a signature luxury gift box which is crafted by hand in the UK.

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Claire van Holthe Citrine Statement Necklace

Editor’s Notes: Beautiful citrine and rock crystal with a fascinating history. The perfect statement necklace for layering or wearing solo.

Product Information:  One of a kind, hand-made by Claire van Holthe. Perfectly presented in a signature luxury gift box which is crafted by hand in the UK.

Size and Fit: Citrine Necklace measures approximately 39.5cm long, including 5.5cm long Natural Rock Crystal Point.

CLAIRE VAN HOLTHE Jewellery: London-based jewellery designer and maker Claire van Holthe developed her skills at the prestigious Sir John Cass College of Art. Famed for her use of exquisite natural coloured gems, Claire’s iconic jewels feature regularly in Vogue, Tatler, Grazia and Sunday Times Style.

A little history… Used as a gem in Ancient Greece as far back as 300 BC, Citrine is a yellow variety of Quartz ranging in colour from pale to golden yellow, honey or almost brown. The name comes from the French word citron, meaning ‘lemon’. Believed to carry the power of the sun, it is warm, comforting and energising. Rock Crystal was given its name by ancient Greek philosopher Theophrastus – derived from the Greek ‘crystallos’. Believed to embolden its wearer and remove stress, the Romans loved to use Rock Crystal for making jewellery. The Ancient Greeks believed that the Gods only drank ambrosia and nectar from Crystal goblets.  

 

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Claire van Holthe

London-based jewellery designer and maker Claire van Holthe developed her skills at the prestigious Sir John Cass College of Art.

Famed for her use of exquisite natural coloured gems, Claire’s iconic jewels feature regularly in Vogue, Tatler, Grazia and Sunday Times Style.

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