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Ametrine Champagne Citrine & Pearls Vintage Sailorís Valentine Pocket Watch - Vineyard Valentine II Necklace
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Ametrine Champagne Citrine & Pearls Vintage Sailorís Valentine Pocket Watch - Vineyard Valentine II Necklace
The Sailorís Valentine originated as a way for sailors to not only express their love for wives and family, but to also while away the endless days at sea. Fashioned from varieties of colorful shells found during their travels, these beautiful mosaics were originally housed in wooden boxes and covered in glass. I first became aware of these highly collectible works of art early during our 10 year sojourns to Nantucket for the summer. Imagine my delight in finding a miniature version of the Sailors Valentine encased in this vintage pocket watch! A lavender classic cameo is the focal point of this unique pocket watch Sailorís Valentine. She is surrounded by a painstaking arrangement of the most miniature shells in lavender and beige. A gorgeous faceted Ametrine chain and faceted champagne citrine nuggets with hand-coiled loops are combined with - acknowledging the bounty of the sea - stunning lavender freshwater pearls. This is truly a one-of-a-kind design that will amaze your friends! 30Ē long with 3Ē pendant drop.
Reference: 32499




Size: 30Ē long with 3Ē pendant drop.
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Bill Jordan wrote on March 26,2012
Thank you for bringing your`re work of art to my attention. It is always nice to see I am not the only one placing sea shells in a pocket watches. Thanks, Bill Jordan