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My heart is really gearing toward recreating retro art jewelry. This is a 1800's new hand fabricated pendant. The pattern cris-crosses and has leaf figures, the bail has a handmade leaf as well and is very strong. This is a fat webbed Cloud Mountain Turquoise set in its own bezel and placed inside the center. Due to the nature of these pieces being handmade, thick 999 Silver the backs are flat with soft hammering marks. To sand smooth would remove that retro feel and also thin the piece down. I did not want to do that. She is solid and lovely, strong and thick, patina and high end polish. I know that you will love this!  The labor involved was a long one but when I was done-I was so thrilled! I will be making more but it will have to be scheduled in due to the labor involved. You will need a thicker chain to wear this piece. I dont have one on hand but can order one if you message me.  A 1/4 inch ribbon or flat leather piece would to nice too wear as a choker. The main component would dangle down with loads of swing!

Just an idea. 


Length 2.25 inch that includes the bail. Width is 1.60 inch. No chain offered but one can be ordered. Cord or ribbon can look good as well.


Included Gift box and Tarnish Protection Bag or Tab.


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Be sure to read the "Buying Handmade" sections and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to send an email.


If your item has Turquoise or Opal please follow these rules: Handle with care to avoid scratching or dropping. Turquoise and Opal are a soft stone.


Be mindful to not store next to other hard jewelry that may scratch.  Keep away from high heat, chemicals, oils, perfume, and cleaners.  Opals for the most part can lose their color if soaked in water. Just use a little bit if necessary. I wash all the pieces I make with a soft tooth brush and Dawn Liquid soap and dry with a clean cloth.  


Thank you! 

Retro Art Nuevo Turquoise Handcrafted Heavy Silver Pendant

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