Eilat Stone is the national stone of Israel and is named after Israel’s southernmost city, Eilat. The stones were first discovered in the copper mines of King Solomon, near the Red Sea. This gorgeous variegated green and blue stone is sometimes called King Solomon Stone for this reason.
Eilat Stone, like diamonds, has its own cut, color, and weight, so each stone is unique and yours alone!
Marina has combined the beauty of Eilat Stone with Marcasite accent stones set in sterling silver. Marcasite has been used in jewelry for centuries. This beautiful gem has a vintage look as it peaked in popularity during Victorian times.
This stunning brooch is an accent piece perfect for when the occasion calls for something elegant and feminine. The simple cut Eilat Stone is accented with a fleur-de-lis style accent at the center of the stone. The stone is framed by a flirty ribbon of sparkling marcasite set in sterling silver.
Marina has added a unique feature at the back of the pin, allowing it to be worn as a pendant.
- Sterling Silver 925
- Eilat Stone
- 4.59 x 4.59 cm / 1.89 x 1.89 inches
Eilat Stone and Beaded Marcasite Ribbon and Bow Brooch – Pendant
Marina Meiri channeled her passion for jewelry into her unique boutique business. In 1983 she established her namesake business, and over the past decades, her business has grown, and she has become the go-to purveyor of beautiful keepsake jewelry.
Marina is inspired by the Holy Land and presents collections that reflect the religion of the land with exquisite items that connect the wearer to the Bible and the Holy Land. Marina blends her design ideas with religious and ornamental pieces using various materials, metals, and semi-precious stones.