This silver crest has the texture of ocean ripples and waves. A sea-foam colored aventurine splashes out of the water, perhaps to sing some sailors to their doom?
The ripple texture of the silver is achieved using a process called 'reticulation,' which entails repeatedly heating a special alloy of silver to high heat. The peaks and valleys are a result of the movement of liquid silver over the surface. Polished to a high mirror shine, the bright white silver really catches the light.
We recommend wearing this one on a long chain - your choice of 24 or 30 inch sterling silver.
sterling silver, reticulation (80/20) silver, aventurine
Aventurine (not adventurine) is a semi-translucent, somewhat shimmery stone that comprised of quartz and other minerals. It can be many colors, but is most often shades of green due to chromium-type mineral inclusions.