"Susan, I have been so pleased with your help and conscientious service over the phone. Who would ever think that purchasing jewelry over the phone was advisable? Iím such a person-to-person customer, but this setting was nowhere to be found basically in the entire southeastern United States . Anna and I have received a number of compliments on the uniqueness of the ring. And she wanted something antique and classy. That is what you created. Thanks so much, and I look forward to purchasing the wedding band to match as soon as it is available." - Brad D.
Bold and majestic, this substantial sterling silver Art Deco pendant necklace exquisitely displays a lavish three-tiered vintage design of diamond, natural onyx and sun ray crystal. A sparkling 0.005 carat securely four prong set diamond sits regally in a radiant filigree star setting atop a throne of dramatic onyx and frosted crystal. Fleur de lis elegantly frame the center design and further enhance the royal effect. Eye catching mesh and lucky four leaf clover engraved design wrap down around and encircle the sides of this rich pendant and the large bail is elegantly covered with filigree tendril work that holds a secret romantic detail, two inverted hearts.
Measuring 1 11/16 inch high including the bail, by 13/16 inch wide, this striking pendant comes with a classic 18 inch long sterling silver neckchain. Sure to attract admiration every time it is worn, this wonderful unique pendant necklace would make the perfect gift for the one who holds a big place in your heart or a well-earned treat to yourself!
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1 11/16 inch high including bail
Large filigree bail
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
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