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Black mother of pearl, oxidized sterling silver, and unquenchable larimar come to life with grace and beauty in our Angelfish necklace! You’ll never want to take it off!
Product Details: Three inlaid larimar gemstones with black mother of pearl and oxidized sterling silver. Overall size is 25x33mm. Comes with an adjustable 21” sterling silver chain with an easy, sliding mechanism and lobster clasp that you can set to the perfect length for your look!
Every piece of larimar contains slightly different hues, color saturations, and markings that give it its unique and compelling qualities. As a result, the larimar in your jewelry may appear slightly different from the larimar depicted online.
If you are trying to match the stone color on an existing larimar jewelry piece, get in touch with us or visit one of our stores in person. Store Locator.
Free Shipping to continental US (excludes Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and U.S. territories).
$20 Shipping outside of the US – Free over $300.
Free returns within 14 days of delivery.
Items must be in their original condition and include all elements of the order.
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All of our products come with a 3-year warranty from your purchase date that covers repairs on manufacturing defects.
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WHAT IS LARIMAR?
Larimar is an alluring blue gemstone found only in the heart of a volcano in the Dominican Republic. To discover more about the stone, Click Here.
CARING FOR YOUR MARAHLAGO JEWELRY
We recommend that you wipe your Larimar jewelry with a soft cloth after each wear—the white microfiber cloth that came with your piece is ideal. Store each piece separately in an airtight container, such as a plastic bag, inside the original fabric pouch it came in to prevent tarnishing and scratching.
For a deeper clean, follow our cleaning tutorial Here.
Marahlago was founded in 2004 by Marah and Adrian after discovering the beauty of Larimar on one of their trips to the Dominican Republic.
For the full story of how Marahlago came to be, Click Here!