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Piscis Austrinus Aquamarine Necklace

1,200.00
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Piscis Austrinus Aquamarine Necklace

1,200.00
sold out

Piscis Austrinus named after the parent to the zodiacal pair, the two fishes, now known as Pisces. Scientists believe that there were two types of fish that evolved from the same parent fish (the ostracoderms are believed to be the parent). One stayed in the sea and one moved onto land to become our ancestor. This piece was the first to be made in the collection and inspired the fluid design aesthetic that is present throughout. Made of fancy cut aquamarines. The other material that makes several encores throughout the collection is Hill Tribe silver. These unique beads are made by the Karen Hill Tribe silversmiths in northern Thailand using traditional tribal methods. Each piece is made by hand using primitive tools, so a lot of work and detail goes into each bead. Also the silver used to create these beads is fine silver which has a 99.9% purity in comparison to sterling silver which has a purity of 92.5%.

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Piscis Austrinus named after the parent to the zodiacal pair, the two fishes, now known as Pisces. Scientists believe that there were two types of fish that evolved from the same parent fish (the ostracoderms are believed to be the parent). One stayed in the sea and one moved onto land to become our ancestor. This piece was the first to be made in the collection and inspired the fluid design aesthetic that is present throughout. Made of fancy cut aquamarines. The other material that makes several encores throughout the collection is Hill Tribe silver. These unique beads are made by the Karen Hill Tribe silversmiths in northern Thailand using traditional tribal methods. Each piece is made by hand using primitive tools, so a lot of work and detail goes into each bead. Also the silver used to create these beads is fine silver which has a 99.9% purity in comparison to sterling silver which has a purity of 92.5%.