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Paradise Padparadscha & Garnet Riviere Necklace


By Poppy Angeloff

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The Paradise necklace is back, now with alternating padparadscha and light red garnet crystals! Padparadscha is a rare type of sapphire prized for its color resembling a tropical sunset: flamingo-pink & peach tones mix together, creating a marvelous, dimensional jewel. Garnet is the birthstone for the month of January. Each stone is masterfully faceted for high brilliance and placed in an open-back setting, allowing for maximom light and illumination.
Rivière (French: river) necklace is characterized by same-size stones or stones graduating smoothly in size. It's usually designed without excessive ornamentation to keep the focus on the stones. Rivière necklaces became popular during the Georgian Period, 1714 – 1837, and were all the rage in the late Victorian era, 1880 – 1900. Enjoy our modern take on this timeless classic!

Made in: China

15" length + 5" extension chain. 14K gold plated brass. Arrives in a branded storage box. Poppy Angeloff original.
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Poppy Angeloff

Based in United States of America

Poppy Angeloff was born online in 2018, as the brainchild of the designer Doe Deere.