Valentina Necklace - Evergreen & Gold

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Style notes

"Simplicity survives the changes of fashion" - Valentina Schlee, famous fashion designer of the Art Deco era. Named after Valentina, this stunning Art Deco inspired fan pendant hangs from a delicate 20" (inch) 14ct gold-filled fine cable chain.

Antiqued raw brass expertly filled with many layers of hand-poured coloured enamel. Gold filled is created by mechanically bonding a layer of gold to a layer of base metal. The outer gold layer must be at least 1/20 of the overall metal content by weight, and is therefore a much thicker and more durable alternative to gold plating.

Designed and made in Ireland.

Pair with: FiorSó's Valentina Drop Earrings

Very lightweight.

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Based in: Ireland

FiorSó is a premium design-led jewellery brand inspired + launched by jewellery designer, Sara Ross in 2021. Sara has lived and worked in London, Paris, Shanghai and Dublin, + travelled extensively. Her contemporary designs echo the rich architecture + history of those places. All pieces are designed + made by Sara in her studio in County Kerry, Ireland, using the highest quality raw materials. FiorSó follows a Sustainability Policy which it follows from production through to packaging. All pieces come nestled in FiorSó's luxury signature jewellery boxes with soft touch exterior, black velour interior + gold lettering, + include a small jewellery cloth. Each order is also packed + gift wrapped in sustainable packaging to ensure safe arrival to you + a beautiful unwrapping experience.


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