The Sarah - Larimar Focal Necklace
The Sarah - Larimar Focal Necklace
The Sarah - Larimar Focal Necklace
The Sarah - Larimar Focal Necklace

The Sarah - Larimar Focal Necklace

Regular price $45.00 Save $-45.00
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Speckles of rust-colored red within this beautiful light blue rare Caribbean larimar necklace will make you wish you were laying on a warm sandy beach.

Layer this piece with our Classic Herkimer Diamond Necklace

Details:

  • Pendant: 11x10mm
  • 14k Gold Fill
  • Measures 16 inches

Need help layering? Go here for some inspo!

Mokolo Jewelry Co supports Leap Girls, aiming to end gender-based violence, in Cameroon. Find out more here.

Shipping is always $3 for our jewelry within the US and free for orders over $50.

Shipping for our jewelry dishes are around $4

Jewelry is made to order within 2-4 business days of purchase and delivery time is dependent on shipping method chosen.

We ship in eco-friendly packaging so be sure to recycle your package!

Returns are happily accepted within 14 days of delivery and exchanges can be made within 30 days of delivery. More details about our return and exchange process here.

  • Keep metals and gemstones away from water to preserve shine and life.
  • Polish sterling silver to keep it bright and shiny and clean 14k gold will with warm soapy water.
  • Use baggies to keep sterling silver from tarnishing
  • Don't wear jewelry to sleep or the gym

And Arlen does more than just sell jewelry, we believe that businesses should support the communities that support them so we've designed our company to do just that. 

Through donations to organizations that are near and dear to our hearts with every piece sold, advocating for, and educating our customer base as well as speaking out and amplifying voices we've created a business that does more than just sell jewelry, but one that supports and betters its community.

Come join our community, no purchase necessary!

As a reminder we believe:

Black Lives Matter

Trans Lives Matter

Indigenous Lives Matter (we're based in Seattle on Duwamish Land)

Defund the police to promote community power and development