Peacock Necklace with cultured opals

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Peacock Necklace with cultured opals

Passage to India Collection


A stunningly detailed peacock pendant necklace set with iridescent blue cultured opals. This necklace is part of our vibrant Passage to India collection and matches our Peacock Earrings.
Each handmade peacock necklace features a beautifully carved bird, complete with an opulent eye spotted tail fan of feathers and a dinky feather crown on his head. We love the contrast between the hypnotic blue stones and our golden peacock necklace!
If you prefer a more subtle look, you can opt for the plain version here
All our jewellery can be cast in your choice of sterling silver or solid gold, in a range of carats and colours. So if you’ve got your heart set on a gold peacock necklace, simply select this precious metal option from the drop down menu and we’ll make it happen. 
In many cultures, the peacock is thought to represent immortality and some people even believe these birds can absorb negative energies, protecting those who wear them. We can't promise our peacock necklace will be protecting its wearer, but you never know! 
If you’d like your peacock necklace personalised, we offer an engraving option. Adding a meaningful initial, or date you’d like to mark, is a really special, personal touch, that will make your necklace truly one-of-a-kind and the perfect peacock gift.

Product Information

  • Handcrafted in the UK
  • Available in 925 Sterling Silver, 9ct or 18ct solid gold and platinum *
  • The peacock measures 20mm across
  • The chain fastens with a 5mm spring ring
  • Hand polished with some textured areas
  • Available with personalised engraving on the back
  • Comes with a 1.2mm trace chain, adjustable to either 16/18 inches (41/46 cm) or 20/22 inches (52/57cm) length
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Because protecting our environment is important to us, we no longer offer gold plating. This process requires the use of many toxic chemicals. Instead, and where possible, we are using 100% recycled solid gold and silver. Better for us, better for the planet!