Monica Vinader Gold Vermeil Keshi Pearl Pendant Charm


Sustainably celebrating all forms of beauty, in collaboration with Mother of Pearl. 

This single pendant charm is adorned with a striking keshi pearl, ready to drape from your huggies or chains. Naturally nuanced by the ocean, each one is unique, with its own delicately faceted finish.

  • Pendant height varies 15mm - 23mm, width varies 12mm - 23mm
  • Pendant thickness varies 3mm - 8mm
  • 18k Gold Vermeil & Pearl

This piece is completed with their signature soft satin finish.

Monica Vinader use 100% Recycled Silver and Gold, progressing to a circular economy. Their paper packaging is 100% recyclable and FSC certified. They won the Retail Jeweller 'Ethical Sustainable Jewellery Business of the Year' 2023 and  won The Queen's Award for 'Enterprise Sustainable Development' 2022 and they use 100% Renewable Energy across all UK Stores, Offices and Warehouses.


Good Causes

Blue Marine Foundation

Blue Marine’s mission is to see at least 30% of the world’s ocean under effective protection by 2030 and the other 70% managed in a responsible way.

Blue Marine is filling a niche in the NGO world, enabling marine conservation to happen fast and effectively. What differentiates Blue Marine is that we are well connected and determined; we seize opportunities as they arise and get things done. We forge new partnerships and challenge the status quo.

Blue Marine works using a combination of top-down intervention to improve governance of our seas and bottom-up project delivery to help local communities who are at the front line of ocean conservation.

Our key strategic interventions are as follows:

  • Securing marine protected areas to ensure the protection of at least 30% of the ocean by 2030.
  • Developing models of sustainable fishing proving that low-impact fishing benefits marine life, local fishers and communities.
  • Restoring marine habitats to revive and protect vulnerable and threatened species and to sequester carbon.
  • Tackling unsustainable fishing by highlighting poor practice and developing solutions.
  • Connecting people with the sea and enhancing ocean understanding across generations.