Johari Necklace

johari necklace kamaria unique blue gemstone necklace pendant yellow gold dainty jewelry
johari necklace kamaria unique blue gemstone necklace pendant yellow gold dainty jewelry
johari necklace kamaria unique blue gemstone necklace pendant yellow gold dainty jewelry
johari necklace kamaria unique blue gemstone necklace pendant yellow gold dainty jewelry
Johari Necklace

Johari Necklace

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Johari is a Swahili word meaning something precious that is adorned, and this necklace from Kamaria definitely fits the definition.  This beauty features a pendant in opal or Paraiba blue tourmaline surrounded by shimmering CZs with a drop charm for extra sparkle.  The closure of this necklace slides so that you can wear it at any length you desire.

10% of Kamaria’s proceeds benefit Restore Dignity, a non-profit which gives direct support to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence or hazing during their pursuit of a higher education.

  • Lab created opal or lab created Paraiba blue tourmaline
  • Cubic zirconia
  • 14k yellow gold vermeil plated
  • Sterling silver base
  • Pendant measures 18 x 11 mm
  • Adjustable slider chain up to 18" length 
Care Instructions: Gold Vermeil & Gold Plated
To extend the life of your gold plated and vermeil jewelry, avoid wearing when washing hands, showering, applying lotion, using harsh cleaning supplies or working out. To clean, buff gently with a soft and dry 100% cotton cloth or a microfiber cloth. Do not use jewelry cleaner on gold plated jewelry.

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About Kamaria

Kamaria means “moonlight” in Swahili. Kamaria's goal is to empower the people who wear their jewelry. 10% of Kamaria’s profits benefit Restore Dignity, a non-profit which gives direct support to survivors of power-inequality trauma, including sexual assault, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, stalking or hazing during their pursuit of a higher education.