Gold Ripples Necklace - Gold Link Chain Necklace
Gold Ripples Necklace - Gold Link Chain Necklace
Gold Ripples Necklace - Gold Link Chain Necklace

Gold Ripples Necklace - Gold Link Chain Necklace

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The new super trendy, yet classic chic RAW Ripples Necklace is perfect for wearing solo as a statement necklace as well as for layering up with your other fave chain or gemstones necklaces. The flat oval gold link chain necklace is inspired by childhood memories of ripples spreading in the sea when playing 'splash rocks' and stone skipping.

You can customise the necklace by adding on pearl and gold vermeil pendants (coming soon). The unique double pearl pendant look particularly beautiful on this chain, as the curves of the pearl create a cool contrast to the flat links in the chain, yet follow on from their curved oval shape. 

All designs in the New ECO Collection are inspired by the movements and textures by the Danish coastline that I grew up by, and are made exclusively with recycled so-called ECO-Sterling silver

See also the Ripples Necklace in Silver as well as the Ripples Bracelet


  • Gold link chain necklace
  • The chain is 40 cm long and is closed with a toggle bar
  • The chain was made in the UK with recycled Sterling silver to protect the environment
  • The chain is plated with extra thick 18Karat gold 
  • All RAW Copenhagen jewellery designs come wrapped in black ECO-friendly jewellery gift boxes made from recycled and FSC®-certified black cardboard and water-based glue. An ECO-cotton jewellery pouch is included for ease of storing and protecting when travelling.


10% of RAW Copenhagen's annual profit 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 have chosen to donate to this Charity, as I used to work with refugees as well as vulnerable women and children in the Balkans as well as Westafrica.