Two-Tone Coral Necklaces


Things have been a bit jewelry-centric (RE: girly) around here this week, but would you look at these two-tone coral necklaces from LEIF?? They’re stunning. And I can’t apologize for stunning, now can I. (via Cargoh)

19 Comments on “Two-Tone Coral Necklaces”

  • Emily

    Yes, totally stunning.

    07-28-11 » 12:10 pm »

  • Sarah

    OOH what a great idea, dipping charms to make a more standout piece…now what in my house can I do this with besides my cat?

    07-28-11 » 12:50 pm »

  • Kelly

    i know, right?!

    07-28-11 » 12:51 pm »

  • Mrs C

    Oh I love these!! The yellow dipped is my favorite! So fun and girly for summer!

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    07-28-11 » 12:51 pm »

  • katie

    isn’t coral like endangered? maybe i am missing something and this isn’t real coral?

    07-28-11 » 1:30 pm »

  • Kristin

    It’s real coral, Katie. Which means I won’t be buying it, because it IS endangered.

    07-28-11 » 2:01 pm »

  • dressperado

    If it is found on the seashore it is already dead. (No problem.) But, if they are cutting it off a reef it is very bad.

    07-28-11 » 2:40 pm »

  • Kelly

    Thanks for the comments, both sides of the argument are valid ones. I’m not sure where the artist sources her coral, however.

    07-28-11 » 2:44 pm »

  • Deirdre Cusack

    I NEED THESE! All three of them! They’re beautiful, it would be nice to know where they come from however.

    07-28-11 » 2:48 pm »

  • Kelly

    I’ve emailed the artist to see if we can’t get to the bottom of this question.

    07-28-11 » 2:50 pm »

  • Kelly

    Here we go! Straight from the seller’s mouth:

    “the necklaces use broken pieces of coral that are washed up on shore and therefore already dead.”

    thanks for the eco-concerns, friends!

    07-28-11 » 2:55 pm »

  • Kristin

    Oh, that’s cool and good to know!

    07-28-11 » 3:26 pm »

  • Erin

    At first glance I thought this was popcorn!! :) but yes, coral necklaces = gorgeous!

    07-28-11 » 9:14 pm »

  • Grace

    loving these!


    07-28-11 » 9:50 pm »

  • Ruth

    When the coral dies it slowly degrades and dissolves back into the ocean as calcium carbonate, so even dead coral needs to stay in the sea. CO2 in the atmosphere is reducing the amount of calcium carbonate available to organisms so every little shell and dead piece of coral is required for calcifying species (such as shellfish, crustaceans, bony fish and corals). Buy and then throw back in the sea ladies!!


    07-29-11 » 4:24 am »

  • adele

    Love the colours but coral is endangered, so not sure I agree with this (sorry!)

    07-29-11 » 9:40 am »

  • Kelly

    Adele, read through the comments. I think you’ll feel better about them. Kelly

    07-29-11 » 9:44 am »

  • Kelly

    Yup Loving it!


    07-30-11 » 1:16 am »

  • Lila

    Ohh pretty!


    07-30-11 » 8:15 pm »

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