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This beautiful and graceful vintage Art Deco filigree sterling silver diamond pendant necklace design features a translucent frosted sun ray crystal oval framed with pretty floral and scroll filigree. From the heart of the romantic frosted crystal shimmers a 0.01 carat round natural single cut diamond in a secure four prong setting. Radiant engraved chevrons and millgrain encircle the sides of the pendant with the ornate filigree bail provide an elegant finishing touch.
Measuring 1 1/4 inch high including the bail, by 3/4 inch wide, this joyous pendant comes with a classic 18 inch long sterling silver "paper clip" link neckchain and would make the perfect gift or a lovely way to make your day special!
Insured shipping is FREE, and all necklaces are sent to you in beautiful Antique Jewelry Mall gift packaging.
1 1/4 inches including bail
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
Round single cut
Our Customers Say..." I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am with my purchase of the rose gold antique wedding band. I have just recently found out about the rose gold and the ring I ordered fits perfectly and is absolutely beautiful. The service and communication from your company was excellent. Thank you and I hope to be able to purchase from you again in the future." - Jan B.