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Women's Metallic Gypsy Spark Necklace (14k Yellow Gold)

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1909" is a new collection of jewellery, inspired by antiques and handmade in NYC. In the V&A Museum's jewellery collection, there's a child's ring from the 14th century with star-shaped points radiating from a central gem. Inscribed inside are words "This Spark Will Grow", which is a lovely sentiment of hope for the beginning of a life or journey. This necklace was inspired by that delicate piece. There's another (possibly apocryphal) historical reference here: centuries ago, rich merchants' wives were afraid to travel through the countryside while wearing their piles of jewellery, because gypsies would come along and snatch stones right from their settings. A smart lady asked her jeweller to set her diamond deep down in the ring, with no prongs, so it was flush with the metal and therefore thief-proof. Voila! The "gypsy setting" was invented. Each 14k gold disc measures about 1/4" wide and holds a. 03 carat diamond. The chain, also 14k gold, is 16" long. About)). In the V&A Museum's jewellery collection, there's a child's ring from the 14th century with star-shaped points radiating from a central gem. Inscribed inside are words "This Spark Will Grow", which is a lovely sentiment of hope for the beginning of a life or journey. This diamond necklace was inspired by that delicate piece. Details)). Age: contemporary. Made by hand in New York City. Materials: 14k yellow gold with a. 03 carat white diamond. Measurements: 3/16" disc width, 3/8" length from top of bale to bottom of pendant, 16" chain. Inspiration)). There's another (possibly apocryphal) historical reference here: centuries ago, rich merchants' wives were afraid to travel through the countryside while wearing their piles of jewellery, because gypsies would come along and snatch stones right from their settings. A smart lady asked her jeweller to set her diamond deep down in the ring, with no prongs, so it was flush with the metal and therefore thief-proof. Voila! The "gypsy setting" was invented. Colour: metallic

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