Georgian jewelry often featured stones that were foiled to bring out a more vibrant colour than the natural stone and cutting techniques at the time might have allowed for. This necklace will cheer Georgian jewelry fans, as it mimics the style and techniques of the period.
Website Olivela explains, “Inspired by the Georgian era, Larkspur & Hawk founder and designer Emily Satloff uses the resurrected colored foil technique popularized in the 18th century to create a unique look that is both historical and modern.
This necklace features faceted white quartz teardrop pendant stations with pastel foil backing set in black rhodium washed sterling silver settings and hung on a silver chain with a lobster clasp closure.”
This sells for USD$4,500.