Flowers are one of the most common motifs in jewelry, which is not surprising. It is our natural desire to replicate nature’s ephemeral beauty in enduring works of art.
Fashionable flower motifs were common in the late Georgian Era, but jewelry designs became more realistic during the early Victorian Era as it continued to as years went on.
This special 1960’s pendant features three tonalities of gold, creating a depth that attributes to its realistic look. A great addition to any charm stack, this pendant is the best.
Materials and Features: 14k gold
Measurements: 1.1 grams
Condition: Excellent condition.
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