Ruby Red Corundum Pendant Necklace Sterling Silver Hammered Artisan Tulip Floral Pendant with Leather Cord, Valentine's Day Gift Box for Her

Ruby Red Corundum Pendant Sterling Silver Hammered Artisan Tulip Floral Pendant Necklace with Leather Cord, Valentine's Day Gift Boxed for HerPendant Length: 1.75 inches Width: 0.60 inchesComes on an 18 inches leather cord with spring ring claspOxidized and PolishedNickel freeComes with a free gift pouch and boxFree Shipping Highly detailed...

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Ruby Red Corundum Pendant Sterling Silver Hammered Artisan Tulip Floral Pendant Necklace with Leather Cord, Valentine's Day Gift Boxed for Her

Pendant Length: 1.75 inches Width: 0.60 inches

Comes on an 18 inches leather cord with spring ring clasp

Oxidized and Polished

Nickel free

Comes with a free gift pouch and box

Free Shipping

Highly detailed metal art work. This pendant made by our artisan craftsman who has more than 30 years experience in Filigree Style Jewelry.

Filigree jewelry has been in existence for thousands of years. Filigree designs were in use during ancient civilizations
like Mesopotamia, Egypt and some of the pieces that have been uncovered go back about 5000 years, making filigree one of the oldest forms of jewelry!

‘filigree’, which comes from the Latin words ‘filum’ and ‘granum’ meaning thread and grain (bead) respectively. So the main components of filigree is the fine metal threads and the little metal beads that are used together to create the design. Some popular motifs for filigree jewelry are flowers, hearts, elaborate flourishes and vines.

To create filigree jewelry, the jeweler begins by stretching out the metal until it is a fine thread. These threads of metal are twisted, curled and formed into delicate lacy patterns and designs.

These lacy designs are then fused onto the gold, silver or platinum jewelry or fused together to create intricate designs. The other common aspect is to include small metal beads to give the piece more character and add to the design. These separate components are then soldered together to create the piece of jewelry.