Lasema Gold Pendant


Baroque pearls are being recognised for their intrinsic beauty, and considered a fashion trend for discerning wearers of pearls.

This stunning baroque pearl pendant is supplied on a solid gold 9ct filigree chain, and a 14-14.5mm freshwater baroque pearl combined with rainbow haematite to bring out the irridescence of the pearl. The first piece ever made was for a customer who was about to get married, which opened our eyes to what beautiful bridal wear this makes.

Pearls are also believed to enhance personal integrity and clear the mind to receive wisdom

What's the Story?

Lasema is the name of the Tibetan Goddess of Beauty, also known as Goddess of the Moon. Naming this pendant after a Goddess seemed apt. 

Freshwater pearls, especially those in unusual shapes are known to be particularly irridescent. This is because the nacre is thick because these pearls form over a long time, approximately 3-7 years. This pearl comes from China, the home of freshwater pearl production.


14mm freshwater peach coin pearl. Length of 9ct filigree gold chain - 16 inches. 

Note: Each pearl is slightly different in the type of irridescence and there might even be a slight variation of size when compared to the one photographed. The specific details of your pearl will be specified in the certificate that accompanies the pendant. 

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