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Reserved for Jan - Kyanite London Blue Topaz Pearls Necklace - Peacock Flower Necklace
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Reserved for Jan - Kyanite London Blue Topaz Pearls Necklace - Peacock Flower Necklace
With blue being the color du jour for Fall/Winter 2012 and the lucky discovery of a beautiful strand of peacock blue gemstone beads called Royal Blue Kyanite the Peacock Flower Necklace was born into the Flora Collection family. Strangely enough, when I began a short research, I discovered there really is a flower (found in India) called the Peacock Flower. Although the colors of the flower are certainly not in the peacock blue color family the structure of the flower reminds me of the architecture of the Flora Collection design. This rich peacock blue colored Royal Blue Kyanite pendant with its earthy and organic qualities, is paired with gray and peacock blue pearls, luxe petal pearls and delicate little London blue topaz rondelles to create a very sophisticated color palette. Lightweight and very shimmery, this design delivers the visual impact of a statement necklace in a very chic and ladylike manner. This made-to-order necklace is constructed of Argentium Silver (tarnish resistant) and is 20 long.
Reference: 20836




Size: 20" long
Price: $345.00



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Kirsten McGannon wrote on August 23,2010
Can you make this necklace using gold metal instead of silver? Also, I found you through Cote de Texas, would I still qualify for a discount?