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Dorette

Multi-Gem Reine Collar Necklace

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$9218

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one-of-a-kind item: ( OOAK )
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Multi-Gem Reine Collar Necklace
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As show-stopping as it is sophisticated, this one-of-a-kind necklace by Parisian designer Dorette, is a vibrant combination of multi-shaped gems each creating a link to form a collar skimming choker. Meticulously hand-crafted in 18K gold and backed by sterling silver, the stones - including diamonds, amethyst, tourmaline, sapphire, spinel, peridot, aquamarine, ruby and emerald - connect to each other with different length segments of 18K yellow gold bar. The result - nothing short of pure, creative genius and a perfect harmony of shape, size and color. This is a necklace you can wear with everything you own!

total length : 16 1/2"
mixed gems vary in size : 2mm x 3mm to 8mm x 14mm
diamond : 2.85cttw
amethyst : 3.65cttw
ceramic eye : .53ct
tourmaline : 11.55cttw
sapphire : 6.04cttw
garnet : 2.27cttw
hessonite : .4cttw
spinel : .54cttw
emerald : .35cttw 
green onyx : 1.87cttw
cornaline : .91cttw
moonstone : .62cttw
18K yellow gold S clasp and safety chain

 

total length : 1 1/2" 18K yellow gold
mixed gems vary in size : 2mm x 3mm to 8mm to 14mm
diamond : 2.85cttw
amethyst : 3.65cttw
ceramic eye : .53ct
tourmaline : 11.55cttw
sapphire : 6.04cttw
garnet : 2.27cttw
hessonite : .4cttw
spinel : .54cttw
emerald : .35cttw 
green onyx : 1.87cttw
cornaline : .91cttw
moonstone : .62cttw
18K yellow gold S clasp and spring ring safety clasp closure 

Paris - Catherine Lévy has always had a passion for making beautiful jewelry. As a child growing up on Paris, she would assemble wearable creations made from chick peas, pebbles, snail shells and other random objects. She continued to hone her creativity while attending art school where she studied design. During her travels to India, she became dazzled by the profusion of personal adornment she encountered and dreamed of mixing the lush richness of traditional jewelry with jewelry forms of the French provinces. The result is her collection based on the color, form and natural shape of precious gems - each piece 'diffuses a singular murmur and (is) always cheerful company'.