A marquise shaped howlite cabochon sits ontop of golden brown beads and tiger eye cabochons. Howlite beads accented with bead cabs and Swarovski cystals make a substantial chain.
Howlite is a white stone threaded with black, brown or dark grey spiderweb veining. This versatile stone is named for Henry How, a 19th century mineralogist, who found it first in Nova Scotia.
The pendant measures 5 inches long by 3 inches long and the chain measures 18 inches long. It has a non-extendable hook and eye clasp.
The back is lined with light brown leather.