Named for Saint Margaret of Scotland, princess of the House of Wessex and champion of the Scots, this dramatic opera-length strand of rich akoya and Tahitian pearls is a fabulous statement of Spey luster. Wear as a single plunging necklace or double-up for a cluster of beauty at the décolletage. Gunmetal green Tahitian pearls at the front graduate back to impressively-sized akoyas toward the white gold and diamond clasp.
Saint Margaret, called “The Pearl of Scotland,” was said to have had a charming and civilizing influence on her husband, King Malcolm III. In her honor, all proceeds from the sale of this necklace will be donated to restoring the perilously threatened Scottish freshwater pearl mussel.