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Peach and Aqua Pendant Necklace Set, John William Godward "Reverie"
Handmade pendant necklace depicting the painting by John William Godward titled, "Reverie". The beautiful beaded strand is comprised of transparent round faceted peach and aqua Czech glass beads, with light peach and ivory Czech glass pearls, as well as Tahitian blue Swarovski® Brand crystal pearls. All were selected to very closely coordinate with the colors of the pendant.
Included is a pair of vintage style contemporary brass chandelier earrings with round transparent faceted light peach Czech glass beads, tiny vintage peach glass pearls, and light peach Swarovski® Brand bicone crystals.
The large oval contemporary pendant of a beautiful woman deep in contemplation is 40x30mm (appr. 1.5 x 1.25") and is set in a lacy brass setting with a vintage bail connecting it to the beaded strand. Current length of the strand is 12.75" (appr. 32cm) for a total length of 15.25" (appr. 39.7cm) including the pendant and bail. The Czech glass beads and pearls on the strand are all 6mm (appr. .25"). The earrings measure 2.5" (6.35cm) below the earwires. The dangle beads are 6mm and the bicone crystals are 4mm (appr. 0.15").
Please see Measurement section below for instuctions to measure the appropriate total length for you and/or to request alteration of the length, should you so desire. There is no additional charge to shorten this necklace. Lengthening the strand will require extra materials and a slght upcharge. Contact me with your desired length for a quote before making your purchase.
Obviously, I'm not a great photographer, but I work diligently to capture colors as accurately as possible in my photos, using natural light. However, there may be slight color differences between what is seen here versus in real life due to the differnces in individual monitor/screen settings.