Green Quartz and Malachite Pendant Set with Leather and Silver Necklaces – One Set Available


Colorful green quartz and malachite pendants in .925 silver settings with two different necklaces (silver, black leather) for mixing and matching, or keep one and give the other one as a gift in the included green organza gift pouch also included.

1 in stock


Pair of square shaped green pendants with one green quartz stone and one malachite stone (I think ~~) both in .925 silver settings. These stones have natural variations and small flaws which may not be visible in the photos. The items pictured are the actual items that will be sent.

Set includes:

  • One Malachite .925 Silver Pendant – I ‘think’ – it’s an unusual pattern for malachite, but the typical shades of color (this particular piece was from a bulk auction lot without papers, which is why I’m not sure…); my next guess is Tibetan turquoise.
  • One Green Quartz .925 Silver Pendant – probably lab treated, based on my research. Has visible internal flaws and several 1 mm flaws on its rear side
  • One 18″ Silver Chain Necklace
  • One 17″ (+ 2″ Extender) Black Leather Necklace

Your pendants will arrive along with two different necklaces so that you can mix and match, depending on your outfit. Wear the silver necklace for a more formal look and the leather for a more casual look.

The pendant settings and silver necklace are .925 silver. To keep it silver in tone, make sure to polish regularly and store and handle with care. Do not expose it to tap water, for example, since it contains chlorine and that hastens tarnishing.

The leather necklace has nickel findings.

Also included is a complimentary organza pouch for easy gift presentation in a dark green shade (not pictured, but you can see an example under the gift delivery tab).

This is a one-of-a-kind set with handcrafted silver work imported from India, a major international gems market for stones (so stones sent from there may originate from across the globe and are then re-exported to their final markets), and/or Hong Kong, China, also an international market for precious and semi-precious stones. Some components are sourced in the US when possible. Curated and assembled by me here in the US. One available.