James Sant- Moonlit Beauty



Romantic Victorian-looking necklace with velvet, lace and a glass cabochon with a portrait of a beautiful woman.

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The focal glass cabochon features a painting by James Sant - "The Moonlit Beauty". Beautiful turquoise and rust colour scheme complemented by lots of textures: a handmade rose in silk velvet, chocolate brown tulle, lace and jacquard ribbon as a background. Antique gold metallic accents, sparkling rhinestones and Swarovski components make this piece very feminine, slightly festive, yet wearable casually.

James Sant (1820-1916) was a British painter specializing in portraits and known particularly for images of women and children and artistic exploration of the symbolism of childhood. He was a member of the Royal Academy.

Additional information

Size / Weight

The pendant measures 3 1/2" (90mm) (not including the drop) and a maximum 3" (76mm) in width. It hangs on a strand of Czech glass faceted beads and it is adjustable from 15 3/4"(400mm) to 18"(457mm). It weighs 49g.


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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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