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Caserta Palace Pearl Necklace

$229.00

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From the Palazzo Reale in Turin to the Reggia di Caserta in the south, Italy’s former royal residences continue to inspire. These sweeping, baroque-style necklace is handcrafted in Italy using brass and freshwater pearls in a style inspired by Renaissance portraits found in the famous Uffizi Gallery, once headquarters of the Medici dynasty.


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Handcrafted in Italy. 1/2"W x 21 1/2"L.


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        Such a lovely simple, but striking piece. I have to resist wearing it every day, I love it so MUCH!

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