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FLORENZA  PENDANT NECKLACE
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FLORENZA PENDANT NECKLACE
Item# FD-17562
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Shop Name: Metro Retro
Circa: 1960s
Description: If you are looking for a quality workmanship, design and materials in a piece of fine costume jewelery, then this stunning Florenza pendant necklace is for you. The design is inspired by the Renaissnace Revival jewelry of the Victorian Era. Antiqued gold-tone is used to create this intricate metalwork which relies on fancy scrolls and filgree. It sets the backdrop for a large deep green oval faceted rhinestone that is prong set. The main pendant has a smaller top section that has metalwork scroll surrounding a sapphire blue faceted circular rhinestone. Blue and green rectangular rhinestones are used in also used to complete the design on the main pendant. Two strands of chain are used which helps to achieve this bold fashion statement. The necklace is in excellent condition and stamped Florenza on the back of the pendant.
Measurements:  Large pendant is 2 1/2'' in length, and 2'' in width. When the large pendant adds the smaller one into the measurement the length is 3 1/2'' in length, and the width is 2 1/16''. The short chain is approximately 19, and the 29''.
Condition Guidelines Condition: Excellent
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 $128.00 

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