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Gold plated multi-gemstone link necklace, 'Golden Age' - Gold Plated Gemstone Necklace with Prasiolite and Amethyst Curate

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Golden Age - Gold Plated Gemstone Necklace with Prasiolite and Amethyst

The golden age of Indian jewelry arrived with the Mughal emperors in the 16th... more

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The golden age of Indian jewelry arrived with the Mughal emperors in the 16th century. From turban to toe, rulers and their courtiers wore countless gemstones. So-called "sumptuary laws" even prevented anyone who wasn't a member of the royal family from wearing jewels. This necklace captures a small facet of that splendor with a collection of dazzling gems encircled in 14k gold plated sterling silver. Blue topaz, amethyst, prasiolite and smoky quartz are joined in an intriguing and subtle color combination.

  • 91 grams
  • 0.2 lbs
  • Length: 61 cm L
  • Length: 24" L

  • 1k gold plated 925 sterling silver, amethyst, prasiolite, smoky quartz, blue topaz
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • Lobster claw clasp
  • High polish finish
  • Free Jewelry Packaging? Yes
  • Premium Jewelry Gift Box? No
  • Made in India.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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I couldn't be happier. It's as beautiful as its picture, and very well made too,

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