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This unique vintage Art Deco blue sapphire and diamond pendant necklace design in sterling silver features a classic Deco lozenge shape. Artisan crafted with lovely Art Deco geometric elements, delicate engraving, and nature-inspired flowers and leaves filigree, light scattering millgrain edging provides a wonderful finishing touch.
At the center of the pendant is a square step-cut 0.32 carat natural blue sapphire ( September Birthstone ) in a high polish bezel setting. Pansy flowers frame the center of the pendant above and below the sapphire, and at the center of each flower is a sparkling natural diamond of F/G color and VS/SI clarity for a total of 0.03 carat diamond weight for the pendant.
Measuring 1 15/16 inches high including the bail, by 3/4 inch wide, this romantic sapphire pendant includes a classic 18 inch long and 2 millimeter wide sterling silver paperclip crinkle link neck chain.
Hand crafted in solid 925 sterling silver, this beautiful heirloom blue sapphire necklace has 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 Deco sapphire 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 15/16 inches
Art Deco, circa 1920's
High polish rhodium
Paper clip crinkle
Gemstone Information Ethically Sourced & Conflict Free
0.03 carat total weight
5 Prong flush bead
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