The fluid texture of this pendant by Toby Pomeroy is inspired by the Metolius river in Oregon, which surges year round from its volcanic source in the high desert. The back of the pendant is made from warm rose gold, and the face is blackened sterling silver set with three conflict free Canadian diamonds, which twinkle like moonlight on the water. The pendant hangs from an adjustable black silk cord, which allows it to be worn at a variety of lengths. The cord is finished with rose gold findings.
Each Toby Pomeroy piece is handmade in Oregon.
A world leader in environmentally sustainable + socially responsible jewelry, Toby Pomeroy creates nature-influenced fine jewelry using graceful shapes, clean lines, and beautiful textures. A pioneer in working with recycled precious metals, Toby has revolutionized the jewelry industry by setting new standards. Today, he and his small team of artists are as committed to sustainability as they are to creating one-of-a-kind, timeless designs that last.
Materials & Measurements
Artist: Toby Pomeroy
14K rose gold, sterling silver, .03 ctw diamonds
Pendant is 1” in length and hangs on an adjustable black silk cord
We use recycled metal and ethically sourced gems to make heirloom quality jewelry. See our story to learn more about our workshop. If you have any questions or requests, please ask!