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ROSE GOLD VERMEIL CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET T-BAR MICRO BELCHER NECKLACE

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Sale price £47.00 Regular price £76.00
ROSE GOLD VERMEIL CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET T-BAR MICRO BELCHER NECKLACE

Non-stop brilliance and warmth saturate this incredible t-bar necklace. This entire necklace is oh so reminiscent of the Art Deco era; lavish, special, artistic, unexpected, rich in detail, marvellously constructed and designed, luxe and beguiling. It is a glittering, glamorous treasure, screaming "Hollywood Glamour," but with a meaningful, dear sentiment. A necklace for all reasons and all seasons.

The beautiful micro belcher on this lassie is made of Sterling Silver, coated with a layer of 18ct Rose Gold. This is known as Vermeil. The necklace itself measures 18" in length - though you could wear it as 16" with a 2" drop.

The focus is a magnificent Rose Gold Vermeil T-bar fastening with channel set Cubic Zirconia. Its brilliance is remarkable. The DRAPE on this entire piece is gracious and elegant. It has a marvellous feel, and is lightweight while appearing delicate yet substantial.

Gloriously special, this piece reflects light and colour in a truly opulent manner, flashes of sparks of light from the myriad stones. The movement of the entire piece is marvellously fluid and easy. It oozes sizzle, extravagance, luxury and beauty. It has a "rich" look and presence.

This stupendous Art Deco style belle would work fabulously with a gown, a business suit or jeans and a tee. It would also be kick-ass for a bride!

Vermeil is the name given to Gold-plated Silver.  Depending on how the jewellery is cared for and what chemicals and elements it comes in contact with, Vermeil should retain its golden look for  0several years. However, over time, as with all plating, eventually the coating will begin to wear and the Silver underneath will be seen. Although you will be left with what is still a precious metal item, if you wish to preserve the plating, avoid household detergents, particularly chlorine which can be present in tap water; remove your jewellery before swimming, bathing or showering. It is a simple matter to have items re-plated.

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