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Balinese Royalty Pendant Necklace

$320.00

Price: $320.00

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A rainbow of gems lights up this sterling silver pendant necklace. Balinese designer Ketut Hendra uses red garnet, yellow citrine, green peridot, blue topaz, and purple amethyst in honor of Bali’s legendary King Waturenggong of the Kepaksian Dynasty, known for expanding the Balinese kingdom, sponsoring the fine arts, and constructing new temples.


Handcrafted in Indonesia. Sterling silver with blue topaz, citrine, peridot, garnet, and amethyst. 13"L. Pendant: approximately 1 5/8"L x 1"W x 1/4"D.


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