The necklace features a large brown half cube shaped chunk of Maine sea glass with two small groupings of three freshwater pearls in contrasting colors. The matching pearl earrings are simple by design, to compliment the necklace. The sea glass is a very unique specimen; a rich brown hue, the shape appearing to come from the corner of a square bottle but with a bit of distortion from a straight 90 degree angle. It holds the pearls almost like a pea pod, and drapes beautifully on the chest.
The pendant portion of the necklace measures 2 3/4 inches in length, and hangs from a 18 1/2 inch chain secured with a lobster clasp. The earrings measure 1 inch in length, and feature ear wires in hypoallergenic .925 sterling silver (I have the allergy to nickel earrings also, so I understand).
The set will ship on a necklace and earrings card in an organza bag.
Robyn Peterson Durlin
Owner and Chief Creative Officer
I have always been fascinated by the ocean and the beach, and many of my fondest memories are of my childhood growing up near the coast of Maine. Due to my career as a web designer, I now live closer to Lake Erie (which surprisingly looks like a sea it’s that big) but I feel the calling of coastal life now more than ever.
My collection of jewelry and accessories is inspired by my favorite beaches of this great country. The sea/beach glass in each one of my designs can be traced to a specific coastal region, and primarily features glass that I have either hand-picked or sourced myself (aka friends and family who also enjoy beach combing). Each piece containing glass is specified as containing sea or beach glass in the design details, referring to the regions in which the glass was sourced: beach glass is from the Great Lakes region, and sea glass is from the ocean.