An oval pendant made from ebony inlaid with a strip of labradorite set in sterling silver and a 20-point white diamond—strung on a black stainless-steel necklace.
Gogga is a colloquial term stemming from the ancient San people and meaning ‘little bug’. Adopted into the Afrikaans language to refer to small, non-threatening creepy crawlies, it is also used as a term of endearment. PS: South Africans are certainly not the only ones to choose odd words to call their loved ones: The Germans use maus (mouse), the French, mon chou (my cabbage), the Danes, puttemus (cuddlebug) the Italians, fragolina (little strawberry) and the Spanish, abejita (bee).
The Gogga Pendant, made from ebony inlaid with a strip of labradorite set in sterling silver and a 20-point white diamond, is strung on a black stainless-steel necklace.