Lucky stones have naturally formed holes and are believed to be symbols of good luck. As a child, Johanna made numerous jewellery pieces incorporating lucky stones only to discover that over time, the real stones would crack and break. It wasnt until studying Jewellery Arts at George Brown College in Toronto that Johanna was able to solve her dilemma of the breaking lucky stones. After learning the processes of holding and lost wax casting, she now turns her lucky stones into silver and gold, giving the natural shapes strength and durability. This necklace features five peanut shaped stones, peanut luck is a little stone with lots of character. 18" long, Sterling Silver, Handmade in Canada.