Something Blue Crystal and Pearl Wedding Pendant

The Something Blue Crystal and Pearl Wedding Pendant will perfectly complement your Something Old and Something New. A beautiful combination of silver, moonstone, pearl, crystal and topaz.

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£ 29.00


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If there is one wedding day tradition that will never go out of style, it would have to be the practice of Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. Believed to bring brides good luck on their wedding day, this long-standing ritual has been passed down through generations for centuries, and if you are looking for something blue for your big day, our Something Blue Crystal and Pearl Wedding Pendant could tick all the right boxes.

Beautifully handcrafted in sterling silver, this timeless wedding necklace features a delicate adjustable chain with clasp fastener, and a beautiful cluster of shimmering gemstones including a natural crystal teardrop, a faceted moonstone rondel, a lustrous freshwater pearl, and an outstanding blue topaz for just a hint of sophisticated colour. The blue topaz may be replaced with coloured cubic zirconia to complement your wedding day colour scheme.

We also make matching something blue drop wedding earrings

Made from:

Sterling Silver, rock crystal, moonstone and blue topaz (small teardrop)


The chain has a silver extension chain so the shortest length is 16"/ 40cm but it extends upto 18"/ 45cm.

Length of pendant approx 2cm.

Gift wrap:

Your wedding necklace will be beautifully gift wrapped in a signature Bish Bosh Becca glossy white box, tied with white organza ribbon edged in satin and a gold foil gift card enclosed, making this an ideal gift. The message on the gift card says "there is no remedy for love but to love some more"

We do now offer a luxury gift wrap service. Orders can be wrapped in luxury black and gold paper and finished with a black satin bow and gift card, or silver paper finished with lilac satin ribbon and silver gift card. There is a small charge per item for this service.