Cupid, with his dubious parentage (was it Night and Ether? Aphrodite and Ares?), is the god of love and desire. The cupid of this tiny pink and white tassie pendant is rendered in mid stride with wings extended. In one hand he holds an unruly bouquet of flowers. Formerly the head of a stickpin, we've converted this tiny work of art into a pendant and strung it on an 18" 14k gold chain.
10k gold (tests), new 14k gold bale, pink & white glass cameo, new 14k gold chain
Very good - converted into a pendant from a stickpin
1/2" length including the bale, 1/4" width, 18" chain
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1837 — 1901
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An ancient technique of carving into a stone, gem or shell to creates a three-dimensional sculpture.