A most unusual diamond pendant. A disc of 14 karat white gold, with two rows of diamonds, one large, and one small, spins on a long, tapered bail. The diamonds sparkle and dazzle as you wear the pendant and the disc spins. The pendant was designed by Frederic Sage, a New York designer with a flair for updated classic styles with a twist.
The 19 diamonds have a total weight of .48 carats, with G/VS1 color/clarity grades.
The disc measures 3/8 of an inch in diameter. The pendant comes strung on a white gold diamond-cut cable chain, 18 inches in length, with a lobster claw clasp.
Marcel's signature "floating" pendant - featuring an unusual Malaya garnet discovered in East Africa. The garnet has been faceted into a round shape, and changes from peachy-pink to rose pink,...
This clever pendant features a heart motif, entwined within a twist of silver, to create a Celtic knot. The pendant is sterling silver, and slides on a chain, without a bail. ...
Did you know that aquamarine means "sea water"? This pretty example of the gem definitely lives up to its namesake, with a calming, cool aqua blue hue. The genuine aquamarine...