Copper Banded Shoreline Pendants - Beth Millner Jewelry

Copper Banded Shoreline Pendants

Beth Millner Jewelry Copper Agate Drop Pendants

Some of the largest copper banded agates to ever come across Beth's workbench have made their debut! These particular specimens contain such an enormous amount of naturally occurring copper that we made them into standalone drop pendants. Set within multiple layers of recycled sterling silver and copper, these stones are so stunning that they will quickly become your go-to statement piece.

And since they are part of our ongoing Shoreline Collection, we've etched an extra special something on the back. You can find the pendants and all their details below:



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