Designed For A Friend-
THE PENDANT: Cast from an original 1890's coin. A spectacular piece that is 3 dimensional and is 35mm (1.37"). Plated in sterling silver. Two sides are different to wear either way. Three Graces on one side and floral crest on the other.
THE NECKLACE: Marbled white and gray gemstones are 8mm. I've inset the strung beads with a chain-like link of 10mm gray marbled stone and metallic cube. Wear it single. At 32" long it adds length to the torso. Wear it doubled and the eye catching pendant will set right on the chest.
MY FRIEND- I see her style as, wearing mostly silver jewelry and often wears white, grays and cool colors. Loving earthy stones and antique tones with modernized styling.
The Three Graces known to be eternally young and lovely. represent charm, beauty and elegance.
If you know or follow SusanAfter60.com you see it's no wonder that I finished it with this special pendant!
"The necklace elevates every look"...Susan says in her A Light Colored Shirt Blog Post.
I was thrilled to read Susan's comment about the necklace! She wrote this comment on my YouTube Channel under this video.
" I adore my necklace and wear it often. You captured my favorite colors and themes."
Please choose your preference: Cool Tones, Warm Tones or Black
NEW: I have added an option to make the colors interchangeable. Order the INTERCHANGEABLE version HERE
Bracelet Shown is here: Beaded Stone Cuff.
From a customer: I was so thrilled to receive my purchase of your beautiful Three Graces Coin Necklace that I had to call you and thank you. I have shopped at Neiman Marcus, Dillards and specialty boutiques but never seems to find jewelry that fits my style and taste. I read a blog called; susanafter60 and she was wearing a necklace that was an extraordinary piece of jewelry. She mentioned your site to visit, which I did. I am thrilled to find an artist that creates jewelry in my style. One of a kind pieces that's not going to be copied from store to store. It's as if you personally know me. Thank you for your creativity in envisioning one of a kind most extraordinary pieces of art. And I have one of them, how lucky am I. - Linda