J265170

Smithsonian Simulated Diamond 18" Floral Necklace

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This beautiful necklace is a "treasure from the vault" at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. The platinum necklace is set with 193 round brilliant-cut diamonds having a total weight of approximately 15 carats. It has a beautiful interwoven design – an open oval link design where half of the oval link is a floral motif of flowers and leaves, and the other half of the oval link has diamonds bead-set and bezel-set in the semi circle. The exquisite delicacy of the floral link design is very light, open, and feminine.

Description
Shimmering showpiece. Adorn yourself in sparkling blooms with this floral necklace, encrusted with round, bead- and bezel-set simulated diamonds. Flower and leaf designs delicately twist and wind among sparkling swirls to create the brilliant piece.

  • Silvertone
  • Total simulated diamond weight is approximately 13.25 carats
  • Open links; flowers and leaves with bead- and bezel-set, round simulated diamonds on one half; swirl design with bead-set round simulated diamonds on other half; alternating bezel-set, round simulated diamond; flowers and leaves with bead- and bezel-set, round simulated diamonds at base
  • Limited Edition of 160
  • Box clasp with figure-eight safety catch
  • Measures approximately 18"L x 3/4"W
  • Made in China

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J265170 - Smithsonian Simulated Diamond 18" Floral Necklace 3 5 1 1
Beautiful, but Uncomfortable to wear I loved this design, but after looking at the original, I see why this is uncomfortable too wear. The links in this necklace is to stiff. The links in the orginal come to the same place bendable link like an elogated oval. THis one the downward swing comes to a different place in the design. This makes the necklace uncomfortable. I really wanted a copy of this unusal necklace. Remake the necklace with the flowers a different color than diamonds. Would be enough different that the museum wouldn't think you stole it! 06-22-12
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