Jewellery Video | Aquamarine Necklace

Jewellery Video | Aquamarine Necklace

Jewellery Video | 60 Second Silver

Here is the third jewellery video diary from LWSilver’s workshop. A look at the methods and skills involved in the process of making jewellery.

This stunning aquamarine necklace is handmade using sterling silver. An aquamarine gemstone is the hero of the piece, aquamarine is the birthstone for March. The gemstone hangs within seven sterling silver rings each ring representing someone special in the wearers life. A swarovski briolette crystal hangs on the clasp  at the nape of the neck.

LWSilver is a jewellery business based in the Wirral, UK where all pieces are designed and lovingly handmade in the workshop. We are a team of passionate jewellery makers, designing quality unique and handmade jewellery from the initial concept to the finished product.

Check out the final product – aquamarine necklace

Interested in learning how to make your own jewellery?

If you would like to attend the Basic Jewellery Making Skills course, please contact Lisa via email or call 07969 301 274 for more information.

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Comments (5)

  1. I saw the finished product and it is beautiful xx

    Lesley Reith
    15/03/2016 Reply
  2. Lisa, this is fascinating! This is the year I am going to treat myself to one of your beautiful pieces…
    Exquisite, jewellery, and lovely video – love the music too! 10 out of 10 !!

    Janine Suggett
    15/03/2016 Reply
  3. It’s an amazing piece. A lot of thought and skill has gone into making this.

    Frank Wilson
    17/03/2016 Reply
  4. I would love this! Will you have pieces like this on sale next week?

    Mandi Szuplewski
    29/04/2016 Reply
    • I bring most of my products to fairs and exhibitions. This one in particular is a made to order so will take 2 weeks to produce, Thanks!

      lwsilver
      24/10/2016 Reply

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