“Successive Occupance” palm root fossil necklace
“Successive Occcupance” necklace from Eve’s “Latitude and Longitude” series
“Successive Occupance” necklace features rare Louisiana palm root fossil beads carved in famed Idar-Oberstein, Germany, Peruvian opal beads, muscovite beads and two blackened sterling silver rondelles that contain a total of 108 old mine cut brown diamonds. The centerpiece is a 25 million year old fossil shell set in a lovely 14 karat gold bezel.
This incredible necklace is now in a Private Collection.