Colour-wise, what makes up green? Blue and yellow, of course. This necklace runs the gamut from yellow to blue, with lots of beautiful shades of green in between. Approximately 51″ in length, it features a whole mess of beautiful large sterling silver chain, six sterling silver beads and sterling silver wiring, bead caps and fused jump rings. This is a very labor intensive piece because of all the wire work – every bead is carefully wired with wrapped loops to ensure the structure can support the weight of all the beads. The beads are a variety of materials: citrine, dyed chalcedony, various Swarovski crystal cuts, serpentine, jade, glass, carved cinnabar, three different types of turquoise, dyed quartz, shell and apatite. This is a very versitile piece: it can be worn plain or looped (i think it looks best looped), and will look different every time you wear it. Because of the range of colours too, it can be worn with virtually any shade of yellow, blue or green, and would look great paired with complimentary colours or neutrals.