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Greenstone and Diamond Pendant

By Suzanne & Jeff Johnson

Suzanne & Jeff Johnson at Sivertson

Greenstone pendant set in Argentium silver with .14 carat diamond. Greenstone size is approximately 0.31 W x 0.5 H inches.

$1,200.00

1 in stock

Questions? Call 218-387-2491. We’re here to help and available daily from 10-5 Mon-Sat and 10-4 Sun (CST).

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Suzanne & Jeff Johnson

Jeff began in the jewelry business at a young age, by hunting for and cutting stones. By 18 he was selling jewelry full time on the craft fair circuit, where he eventually met his wife, Suzanne. Suzanne is a sculptor and jeweler, trained in a classical atelier in France. They work out of their studio in Grand Blanc, Michigan, and create jewelry together using Isle Royale greenstone, also known as chlorastrolite. The greenstone used in their pieces was collected in the early 1900s, when it was found as bean-sized, rounded beach pebbles. Today, Jeff obtains greenstone through estate sales and from others, as collecting from Isle Royale National Park is prohibited, and the stone is becoming quite rare.

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