Stardrips are a one-of-a-kind necklace that magically glistens depending on what angle the light hits it!
Each necklace is inspired by the different stars, galaxies, & nebulas that relate to each constellation:
♒ Aquarius – Blue Dwarf
♈ Aries – Alpha Arietis
♋ Cancer – Acubens
♑ Capricorn – Deneb Algedi
♊ Gemini – Eskimo Nebula
♌ Leo – Mu Leonis
♎ Libra – Beta Librae
♓ Pisces – Gamma Piscium
♐ Sagittarius – Epsilon Sagittarii
♏ Scorpio – Kappa Scorpii
♉ Taurus – Electra
♍ Virgo – Epsilon Virginis
Each order is handmade, so no two Stardrip necklaces are alike, making yours a truly special and unique piece.
We’ve also made gifting easier for you, and even more memorable for your loved one.
For a limited time, every necklace comes with a Free Gift Box & Thank You Card from us!
Each Stardrip necklace is handmade with care, using only the highest quality materials. The beads are made of glass and tiny glass prisms, giving them a luminous quality that is simply stunning.
The sterling silver chain completes the look, making it a perfect piece to wear day or night!
We ship Worldwide, including P.O. boxes and APO/EPO/DPO addresses.
Our goal is to offer you the best shipping options, no matter where you live. Each product requires some time for the construction and handling before we can ship. Most orders ship within 1 or 3 days. However, in peak seasons, shipment can take up to 7 business days.
When you order multiple products, the orders can come from different designers. In this case, it could happen that you will receive your products in different packages and at different times.
Below are the approximate shipping times for your reference.
|United States||1-4 Weeks|
|United Kingdom||1-4 Weeks|
Standard shipping is FREE on orders over $175. On orders under $175, we charge a $4.99 - 24.99 shipping fee.
We have received and fulfilled orders from over 50 countries across all the different continents. Outside the United States, customs can hold up a package for a number of days, because we work with E-packet, FedEx and DHL this rarely happens and if it does it will be handled efficiently.