Charleston enamel illustration necklace
Charleston 1920’s necklace with hand drawn enamel illustrations, rhodonite and velvet aluminum chain.
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This is a very original necklace built around a woman's portrait enamel illustration by the most talented artist 2moiselles. The whole colour scheme is picked from the illustration itself, with shades of dusky pink, teal and pale yellow. On a burgundy metallic faux leather background, I combined Swarovski pearls and crystals, soutache cord,black patina metal fluorish and a tiny pale yellow resin rose. It hangs on a mix of lampwork glass and metal beads and a very lightweight black velvet aluminum chain. Hanging underneath is a big rhodonite stone.
It is believed that rhodonite is a stone of compassion and emotional balance, which heals scars from the past and balances yin-yang. It aids in achieving one's highest potential.
|Size / Weight||
The big oval measures 3 1/8″ (80mm) by 2 1/4" (57mm). Total vertical length is 8 1/2" (220mm) from the top bead and including the drop. It hangs on a mix of lampwork burgundy glass beads and lightweight aluminum flocked velvet chain approx 18" (458mm) in length. It is adjustable about 2" (51mm). It weighs 74g.
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I do not know the exact chemical composition of my supplies and I do not take responsibility for any allergies or bad reactions on skin. I will however answer honestly and to the best of my knowledge any questions or concerns you might have, so please ask before purchasing. If I write "non-toxic" or "lead-free" is because the supplier mentioned it in their description. I do not take responsibility for their information.
The info about healing properties of gemstones is briefly researched and it is provided for entertainment purposes only. It is not meant to be taken as medical advice.
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|Care & Maintenance||
Do not let perfume or cosmetics come in direct contact with the beads and components. While I choose my material carefully and I try to provide the best quality, if not properly taken care of, all beads will change or lose colour or shine in time if exposed to chemicals.
Handle the fragile components with care especially the clasp area. Be gentle! Because I use lots of fragile components made of clay or porcelain, I advise to keep the jewellery in their own boxes out of harm's way. I do consider repairs, but subject to certain conditions.
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