6.40 ct. t.w. Blue Topaz and 1.00 ct. t.w. Green Chrome Diopside Peacock Pin Pendant Necklace in Sterling Silver. 18"
Vivid, exotic, and flirtatious, this peacock necklace flaunts 6.40 ct. t.w. blue topaz and 1.00 ct. t.w. green chrome diopsides. Set in sterling silver with a black spinel eye, the pendant can also be worn as a pin. Suspends from a cable chain with a springring clasp. Revolver safety. Green chrome diopside and blue topaz peacock pin pendant necklace.
Product Details (for 6.40 ct. t.w. Blue Topaz and 1.00 ct. t.w. Green Chrome Diopside Peacock Pin Pendant Necklace in Sterling Silver. 18")
DROP: A dangling or stationary detail which "drops" from a bale, strand or earring backing.
1 7/8 inches
Necklace Drop Width:
1 1/4 inches
STERLING SILVER: Also known as "Standard Silver," sterling silver is silver alloyed with other metals to increase the hardness and durability. Generally, sterling is 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals. Some sterling silver jewelry is plated with 14kt-18kt gold and referred to as "vermeil," or "gold over sterling."
POLISHED: A buffed-out finish used to produce a mirror-like shine.
CABLE: One of the most popular and classic of chain styles, created from interlocking oval links unvarying in size.
SPRINGRING CLASP: Invented in the early 1900s this diminutive device is highly effective. It's a hollow circular metal fastener with a spring opening. This keeps the clasp closed.
REVOLVER: A safety that conceals the point of a pin and keeps it in place with a revolving lever mechanism.
FIXED: A bale that is worked into the actual design of a pendant. Typically seen in slide pendants.
SPINEL: This rare and durable gemstone, found in a beguiling shade of inky black, catches the eye when set in rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Spinel's red glow is also very beautiful in its own right and in ages past it was mistaken for a ruby. Spinel is also found in captivating tones of pink, purple and green.
(Color: Black, Quantity: 1, Shape & Cutting Style: Round Brilliant
BRILLIANT: A gemstone cut to enhance brilliance without sacrificing much carat weight. Typically has 58 facets.
, Weight: 0.01 carats, Size: 1.6 mm)
DIOPSIDE: Though quite rare, diopside is one of the most affordable green gemstones. This gorgeous newcomer, mined mainly in Siberia, lights up jewelry designs with vibrant shades of green and makes an ideal choice for pendants, rings and earrings.
(Color: Green, Quantity: 64, Shape & Cutting Style: Round Brilliant, Weight: 1.00 ct. t.w., Size: 1.5 mm)
TOPAZ: Available in a stunning selection of shades, the topaz's sky blue hue is one of the most popular colors for jewelry designs. Once thought to offer protection, today topaz is favored for its durability and affordability. Yellow topaz is the birthstone for November while blue topaz is for December.
(Color: Blue, Quantity: 19, Shape & Cutting Style: Round Brilliant, Weight: 0.30 ct. t.w., Size: 1.5 mm)
Topaz (Color: Blue, Quantity: 5, Shape & Cutting Style: Marquise
MARQUISE: An elliptical shape that comes to a point at the top and bottom. Sometimes referred to as a "navette."
, Weight: 4.00 ct. t.w., Size: 12x3.5 mm)