Black Diamond Reparations Necklace
This gold and black diamond pendant is from our Reparations project - a project released at the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre in support of the Black Moon Artist Collective. This piece honors black resilience and forward progress. Small and consistent actions create trust. Paths that once diverged come together to build community through cooperation and create a better future.
A 0.50 carat black diamond is set on a solid 14K gold pendant.
Suspended on an 18 inch, 10K curb chain.
Natural, heat-treated black diamond. Made using recycled gold.
The Art Deco Collection invokes imagination and expands the horizons of the mind. My hometown of Tulsa is home to many surviving examples of 1920's Art Deco architecture. As a child I loved these buildings before I understood anything about art and design. Like the architects of Art Deco, my hope is when you wear this jewelry your imagination is ignited, your mind is expanded and your spirit is elevated to new heights. - Rachel Rose