Ribbons, ribbons, and ribbons. Awash with ribbons, real ones, and as design elements, the Georgian era ladies (and gentlemen to a lesser degree) loved their ribbons.
While this necklace spans the decade between the Georgian and Victorian, its sensibilities lie with the former.
In spectacular fashion, this smoky quartz necklace is suspended from a ribbon of your choice. Each end has a small barrel allowing for a ribbon to be threaded through.
One hundred and forty-three carats (143) of mink-hued smoky quartz are artfully faceted to sparkle and refract.
Set into gold that tests at 10k, the tightly spaced coronet mounts hug each gemstone imparting a lacy edge to the substantial and dramatic necklace.
A four-petal pendant may be removed and worn separately. The rivière too can be worn without the drop.