As you start to think about beach weekends and saltwater-tousled hair, why not take your jewelry in the same direction? The from-the-ocean, sustainably sourced red stick coral here is plenty ornate, and it’s made even more surprising with the off-center addition of a half dozen gold-plated bars. Though the necklace stands up to a strappy little dress, it can also go casual—picture a linen tank, hip-slung shorts, and leather sandals that get better with wear.
- Made by hand in NYC.
- Sustainably sourced materials.
- Red stick coral with 18-karat gold-plated bars and brass cable chain.
- 21 ½ inches long with six one-inch-tall metal beads.
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