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Gracefully elegant, this beautiful Art Deco pendant necklace in solid sterling silver spotlights a fiery oval brilliant cut natural almandite garnet ( January Birthstone ) of 1.70 carat in a secure high polish bezel setting. Filigree openwork radiates from the center of the pendant, with a double oval filigree scallop and scroll open work frame surrounding the outer edges. The finished open gallery around the sides of the pendant and the generously sized arrowhead filigree bail complete the exquisite and thoroughly enchanting effect of this gorgeous pendant, with light scattering millgrain edging and beadwork for the perfect finishing touch.
Measuring 1 3/4 inches high including the bail, by 3/4 inch wide, this romantic pendant comes with a traditional 18 inch long and 2 millimeter wide sterling silver paperclip crinkle link neck chain.
Hand crafted in solid sterling silver, this striking pendant features a bright high polish anti-tarnish rhodium finish, making it a perfect coordinating match for white gold and platinum items in your jewelry collection. This wonderful pendant is a faithful reproduction of an original from the 1920's with a timeless style that is sure to be admired for a lifetime.
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High polish rhodium
1 3/4 inches
Art Deco, circa 1920's
High polish rhodium
Paper clip crinkle
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
5Art Deco Garnet Necklace, December 8, 2011
Posted By: Claude C., Vancouver, BC
Comments:Perfect! A beautiful item that looks great.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend