"ADORE" Necklace

$850.00
About Details Inspiration

With an amethyst, diamond, opal, ruby, and an emerald, this slim bangle spells "ADORE" in the language of gems.  The square cut stones line up in a sleek, minimal setting, which makes an almost-forgotten jewelry trend look very modern.  If you would rather your jewels spell something more personal, like a lover's name, you can customize a secret message acrostic ring.  

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  • Age: contemporary.  Made by hand in New York City.  
  • Materials: solid 14k yellow gold set with diamond (.07ct), emerald (.08ct), ruby (.08ct), amethyst (.07ct), and opal (2mm wide).
  • Measurements:  total necklace length is 18". 

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Acrostic jewelry was beloved by the sentimental Victorians. Using precious gems, jewelers concocted all kinds of phrases, including ones with political messages ("REPEAL") and French-made memory rings ("SOUVENIR"). Jeweler Jean-Baptiste Mellerio famously made a "J'adore" ring for Marie Antoinette, and Napoleon commissioned acrostic pieces for his beloved Josephine.  

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Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of this piece, which will be built to your specifications.

About Details Inspiration

With an amethyst, diamond, opal, ruby, and an emerald, this slim bangle spells "ADORE" in the language of gems.  The square cut stones line up in a sleek, minimal setting, which makes an almost-forgotten jewelry trend look very modern.  If you would rather your jewels spell something more personal, like a lover's name, you can customize a secret message acrostic ring.  

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more

  • Age: contemporary.  Made by hand in New York City.  
  • Materials: solid 14k yellow gold set with diamond (.07ct), emerald (.08ct), ruby (.08ct), amethyst (.07ct), and opal (2mm wide).
  • Measurements:  total necklace length is 18". 

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Acrostic jewelry was beloved by the sentimental Victorians. Using precious gems, jewelers concocted all kinds of phrases, including ones with political messages ("REPEAL") and French-made memory rings ("SOUVENIR"). Jeweler Jean-Baptiste Mellerio famously made a "J'adore" ring for Marie Antoinette, and Napoleon commissioned acrostic pieces for his beloved Josephine.  

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more