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Peacock Feather Necklace by Emma White

Regular price
£215.00 GBP
Regular price
Sale price
£215.00 GBP

Estimated delivery: 7 days. UK delivery only.

This necklace is inspired by elegant peacock feathers, full of grace and movement. The necklace is set with a labradorite, in the eye of the feather, iridescent and luxurious, with its blue and green flashes, echoing the iridescence of a peacock feather. 

The vein of the feather runs up the centre and the line flows around the loop, the centre of the feather is dark and has a matt finish, as the tendrils flow out from the centre they are polished brightly, with a high shine finish at the ends, catching the light as you move. The chain is oxidised (blackened), choose the length of the chain below.

The necklace is a great size, wearable and fluid, dramatic but easy to wear. It is also available in a larger size for more drama and has matching earrings too. There are just a few available.


Approximately 50mm long, Chain available in various lengths.

Made From

925 Sterling silver set with labradorite.

Packaged In

We package everything in our stylish, grey cardboard boxes, hot foiled with our logo in silver. If you like we can send it straight to your gift recipient, please let us know and we can pop in a message for you too.


Silver should be stored away from light and heat to keep it looking its best. Silver will tarnish over time and can discolour if it comes into contact with chemicals or even react to acid in perfume and some beauty products. We recommend you put your jewellery on last when you are getting ready to go out and take it off for sleeping, washing and swimming, to keep it in tip top condition. Any build up or tarnish is easily cleaned via one of the following methods: A good old fashioned wash with an old toothbrush and some soap (take care with any leather products not to scrub too hard); a rub with a 'Goddards Silver Cloth' which is impregnated with polish; we do not recommend using silver dip on oxidised pieces as the dip may remove the grey and even damage the stone.