Aphrodite Pearl Necklace - Freshwater pearl necklace with pendant
Aphrodite Pearl Necklace - Freshwater pearl necklace with pendant

Aphrodite Pearl Necklace - Freshwater pearl necklace with pendant

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'Pearls are always appropriate' Jackie Kennedy.

Gorgeous freshwater pearl necklace with gold pendant perfect for any occasion.  Classic chic freshwater pearl necklace in a modern and contemporary way. Inspired by my late grandmother's classic knotted pearl necklace, but interpreted in a funky new way with oval freshwater pearls with ring marks.

This freshwater pearl necklace is named after Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of love and beauty, not just because pearls are a classic beauty, but also because of Aphrodite's close connection to the sea, which plays a massive part in the inspiration for my designs.

This freshwater pearl necklace is handmade using the classic knotting technique.

No two of these freshwater pearl necklaces are the same due to the nature of the pearls. Wear this beaut by itself or layered for a boho chic look with other pearl or gold necklace, like the Sun Ray Necklace or the La Femme to Free the Chain Necklace.


  • Freshwater pearl necklace with gold pendant
  • Handmade in the RAW Studio in Kent, UK
  • Length: adjustable  14.5 to 16 inches 
  • Can be custom fitted in length, delivery will be a few days longer
  • The pearls are grade A freshwater pearls
  • All metal parts are gold plated Sterling silver
  • The Aphrodite freshwater pearl necklace comes wrapped in an ECO-cotton jewellery pouch that is ideal for storing and travelling. The necklace is shipped in ECO-friendly boxes.


10 percent of the annual profit of RAW Copeagen goes to charity, from 2019 all charity donations go to Women for Women, a UK based charity that helps women survivors of war in Afghanistan, the Balkans, Nigeria, DRC, Rwanda and Iraq, through vocational training, human rights awareness and much more. I donate to this charity as I used to work with vulnerable women in the Balkans and West Africa before becoming a jewellery designer.