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Orthoceras gemstone necklace

Regular price $188.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $188.00 USD
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Orthoceras is a type of fossil from the Devonian period of the Paleozoic Era, close to 400 million years old! It is an abundant fossil, found in the Baltic + Nordic countries. It is a modern day squid. ((Imagine that!)) In combination with polychrome jasper, snakeskin agate, peach moonstone, rainbow moonstone and gold-plated hematite.  A single bead of rose quartz for love.  Vintage chain to finish. 

Lobster clasp with chain closure.

Necklace length measures 24". 

Stone composition is 10".  

Packaged and shipped with care, includes stone lore. 

Shipping & Returns

Shipping domestic

A tracking number will be emailed upon shipment.  All packages are shipped USPS Priority Mail. It arrives within 1-3 business days after your order is shipped (not 1-3 days after your order is placed). Insurance is added to all orders.

  *Please note: insurance claims cannot be placed on orders that have been marked as delivery. Vintage Stone Jewelry is not responsible for any packages that are lost in the maill.

All packages are packaged as a gift with complimentary gift wrap. We use sustainable packaging with limited waste to reduce our carbon footprint.

Shipping international

International orders outside of North America are shipped via USPS First Class Mail or Priority Mail flat rate.  

Vintage Stone Jewelry is not responsible for any packages that are lost in the maill or custom fees. 

Care Instructions

Wear with care.

Jewelry should always be stored in a cool, dry place. Storage in a jewelry box, laying down vs. hanging is preferred.

Well-loved jewelry is worn jewelry. We do our best to ensure that each piece of jewelry is well-crafted to endure even the hardest days out, but broken chains + links does happen. Our jewelry is created with one of a kind stones + vintage components that often times can't be replicated. Please contact Vintage stone for repairs, as they are accessed case-by-case.

History speaks

Jewelry has always been a physical adornment, worn as protection, traded for goods or buried with the dead. Some of the oldest surviving jewelry relics date from the 3rd millennium BC- the early Bronze Age- encompassing the graves of kings + queens- semi- precious gemstones, amulets of symbolism + armor intending for the after life.