The ultimate free-spirit necklace

The ultimate free-spirit necklace

No trendy trinket, this carefully crafted necklace has the character of a family heirloom. A truly out-of-the-ordinary piece, the O'Keefe-like blossom suspends by an equally delicate yet sturdy double-strand chain. The rose silhouette is hammered to catch light and shadow as you move. No detail is overlooked. Even the links that join the ends of the chain to the clasp have the same dreamy, flirtatious quality. Designed by T. Ross. Length including pendant 18, pendant 2.5 W.

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