$ 156.00 $ 195.00
Adorn yourself with this treasure of the sea! An exquisite nautilus shell has been rendered in beautiful French enamel and accented with a single pearl in this sterling silver pendant. The enamel is fashioned in a technique known as "plique-a-jour", which translates to "the light of day". In this painstaking process, enamel is captured between wires of silver, creating a stained glass effect. The enamel has an unusal salmon color, which is complemented perfectly by the off-white button style freshwater pearl.
The pendant is strung on a sterling silver cable chain, adjustable up to 18 inches in length, with a lobster claw clasp. The pendant and chain have a rhodium finish, so they will never tarnish. The pendant has a hidden bail, and measures one inch in length.
Consider the matching earrings: 145-519-947.
$ 1,173.75 $ 1,565.00
Chi Galatea Huynh is an amazing artist -- a jeweler, designer, inventor, painter, and poet. Just when you think you've seen everything he could possibly come up with, he dazzles...
$ 998.00 $ 2,495.00
What a stunner! This fabulous bracelet dates to the 1970s, and was originally sold by Plante Jewelers. The tapered hinged bracelet has been crafted in 14K yellow gold. The gallery...
$ 104.00 $ 130.00
A great alternative to the classic silver hoop, these earrings feature forward-facing open circles, with a slightly puffed 3-D silhouette. Each circle is slightly warped, which helps reflect light near...