Emerald Trinity Necklace
The three-sided spinning pendant featured in this necklace is a recreation of a Victorian gentleman’s watch fob.
Before wristwatches were invented men kept their timepieces in their pockets attached to a chain that was usually adorned with a decorative fob. The most fashionable type was a spinner fob, like this one, with three rotating sides.
One of the ovals in this design is a mid-century glass picture stone featuring a 19th woman in Limoges style. This style originated in the 18th century and is commonly associated with the production of ornately painted, high-quality china produced near the city of Limoges in France.
This necklace features a sliding clasp that enables you to adjust its length to suit any neckline. You can wear it as a choker, as a long pendant, or anywhere in between.
In this piece:
- Vintage Limoges-style glass picture stone made circa the 1950s or 1960s in Western Germany
- Mid-century Czech lampworked and hand-pressed green opal glass
- Mid-century malachite glass cabochon, made in Western Germany
- Three-sided, brass-plated pewter casting made in the USA
- Hand-wrapped green chalcedony beads and bead chain
- Antiqued brass chain in tassel and with a slider clasp
- The chain adjusts via a sliding magnetic clasp from a 15" choker to a 32" long pendant
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