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Sterling Silver - Necklaces

Book of Kells Initial Necklace
Book of Kells Initial Necklace
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The eighth-century Book of Kells is an ornate, hand-copied illuminated manuscript of the gospels—one of the most important pieces of early Celtic art in the world. These sterling silver pendants are inspired by the highly decorative capital letters, called initia, that begin each section of text. Each is cast from sterling silver and finished by hand in a family-run Dublin studio.
Available styles: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
$58.00
Sterling Silver Thai Hill Tribe Necklace
Sterling Silver Thai Hill Tribe Necklace
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A delicately woven sterling silver chain is the focus of this necklace, handcrafted in Thailand by silversmiths from the northern hill tribes. Silver jewelry is a rich part of hill tribe tradition, both making it and wearing it. Women traditionally wear elaborate necklaces, headdresses, and bracelets for festivals and celebrations, and many hill tribe people prefer silver to paper currency. This necklace features beaded and braided elements created by members of three different Thai hill tribes.


$300.00
$159.00
Safe Journey Necklace
Safe Journey Necklace
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The image of a handwritten letter, folded and sealed with wax, perhaps handed to a valet or maid for delivery, is a common theme in depictions of the 19th century. Many people had seals engraved with their initials or family crest. This sterling silver necklace is cast from the impression of an antique seal that may have belonged to someone associated with seafaring. The design features an escalop, an emblem of safe travel. Leaping dolphins, regarded as guides, signify protection across the vast sea. And seagulls represent the welcoming sound of the shore after a long voyage.


$215.00
Balinese Royalty Pendant Necklace
Balinese Royalty Pendant Necklace
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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.


$320.00
Gates of Charleston Heart Necklace
Gates of Charleston Heart Necklace
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For more than 70 years, blacksmith Philip Simmons was one of Charleston, South Carolina’s most prolific and skilled ironworkers. In a city famed for its wrought-iron gates and fences, he came to be the most celebrated Charleston ironworker of the 20th century.


$129.00
Silver and Onyx Tuareg Necklace
Silver and Onyx Tuareg Necklace
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The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber tribe who live in the North African Sahara. They were once known as the Blue People of the Sahara because of the indigo-dyed turbans and veils that would stain their skin. They're known for their engraved silver jewelry; the Tuareg subclass called Inadan means people who work with fire and metal—blacksmiths. Using only simple hand tools and implements that could be easily transported on camels (screwdrivers, nails, safety pins, files, charcoal and handheld bellows) Tuareg craftsmen have plied their trade for centuries.


$298.00
$119.99
German Art Nouveau Garnet Locket
German Art Nouveau Garnet Locket
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The flowing hair and robes in the women in Alphonse Mucha's paintings, the celebrated entrances of the Paris Métro, and the stained glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany are all icons of Art Nouveau. This artistic style was popular at the turn of the 20th century and was inspired by natural shapes, such as flowers, plants, seashells. In Germany Art Nouveau was known as Jugendstil, "youth style," after the magazine that popularized the style.


$199.00
$119.99
Jeweled Russian Egg Necklace
Jeweled Russian Egg Necklace
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Russian jewelers now working in the United States create these small treasures inspired by the jeweled eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé for Tsar Alexander III in the late 19th century. Gold-plated sterling silver is hand-enameled, then each sparkling Swarovski crystal is added by hand. Neck chain and egg are 24-karat gold plated.


Available colors: Blue, Purple, Red
$99.00
Baltic Amber Heart Locket
Baltic Amber Heart Locket
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In 1701, Prussian King Frederick I commissioned an ornate room made from tons of translucent Baltic amber. Later, the intricate panels passed into Russian hands, and Catherine the Great installed them in her summer home in Tsarskoye Selo (now Pushkin). They were looted during the German invasion of Russia in World War II, but disappeared in the aftermath of the war. Their location remains one of the art world's greatest mysteries. This captivating treasure engages the imagination, and you can carry a connection to this intriguing tale with you as a lightweight amber locket. Accented with sterling silver and carved by hand in Poland.
$149.00
Alexander the Great Coin Necklace
Alexander the Great Coin Necklace
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This 18-karat-gold-plated pendant reproduces a drachma coin minted during the peak of Alexander the Great’s reign as ruler of the Greek Empire, 336 to 323 b.c. Hercules is depicted wearing the lion’s skin, which symbolized his victories in battle, a practice that Alexander adopted himself. On the reverse, Zeus is enthroned holding an eagle and a scepter inscribed with the name “Alexander.” 14-karat-gold-plated sterling silver chain.


$99.00
$20.99
Celtic Cross Necklace
Celtic Cross Necklace
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The intricate Celtic cross—often decorated with elaborate trinity knots and scrollwork—may have first been used by St. Patrick as a symbol to convert Druids in Ireland. Combining the Christian cross with monuments that represented more earthly spirituality such as the sun and moon and tree of life would have linked pagan and Christian beliefs and helped the saint deliver his message throughout Ireland. Today many people are drawn to the design more as an expression of Irish or Scottish family ties than as a religious symbol.


$59.00
$15.99