Lava Drop Ruby Pendant from the Nature Inspired Handmade Jewellery Collection
The flowing shape of the Lava Drop ruby pendant was inspired by the mesmerising movement of molten lava.
One side is finished with a high polish and two flush set red rubies. The other has a satin finish on a rounded surface.
The pendant necklace is made by hand from recycled brass and 18ct gold plate with conflict free ruby gemstones that sit flush with the pendant’s surface. It’s hung on a gold filled chain.
One size fits all:
30cm chain length
This nature inspired jewellery is handmade by Emma Aitchison in London, UK.
We hope you love the Lava drops ruby pendant! If so, browse Emma’s other nature near jewellery, all lovingly crafted with recycled and ethical materials. See it all HERE.
Delivery & Details
All pieces by Emma Aitchison are made to order for you, with a lead-time of 2-3 weeks. Items are shipped by recorded delivery.
As products are custom made for you, returns are not accepted unless faulty.
You can read more about Chalk & Moss deliveries and returns here.
Your order will arrive in a lovely box, made from recycled and sustainable sources.
Emma’s strong sense of environmental responsibility means she uses only ethically sourced and sustainable materials in her jewellery.
About the Designer
Based in London, designer Emma Aitchison creates nature inspired jewellery that raises awareness of climate change, and draws on the beauty of drastic weather patterns. Her collections of earrings, bangles, necklaces and rings include “Lava” and “Mountain”, where the pieces draw a beautiful link back to her inspiration. A perfect gift for someone who loves feeling the force of nature!
Each unique piece is handmade using a range of techniques, both old and new. Emma makes jewellery with a clear conscience, using sustainable processes and materials wherever possible. A large proportion of her materials are recycled, supporting longevity in design.
Emma is a proud member of the No Dirty Gold (NDG) campaign, which strives for mining to respect human rights and the environment. As a member of the Fairtrade Foundation, she uses Fairtrade gold and silver. All gemstones are lab created or ethically sourced.
Emma’s goal is to make ethical jewellery with fully sustainable methods.