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The pendant of this necklace is a lovely little French print of the miracle at Lourdes. The color palette is of soft muted greens and blues. The image is protected under slightly convex glass and set in a simple brass frame. The bottom of the print is marked No 28 Depose. I would say that it dates to around the early part of the 1900's, possibly the 20's or early 30's. It measures 3¼" tall by 2¼" wide and is 3/16th's of an inch thick.

The pendant hangs by a rhinestone rondelle and antique muted green pearl and it attached to a gorgeous old enameled and paste rhinestone buckle. On either side of the necklace are antique pearls in soft greens and blues that lead to antique brass filigree beads. Mother of pearl nugget beads, vintage glass beads, rhinestone rondelles and antique forest green pearls lead to very old double link pocket watch chain. Vintage brass mesh like beads, more mother of pearl, rhinestone rondelles and soft green pearls lead to the oxidized sterling s hook and crystal bead ring closure. An antique pastel blue rhinestone button is topped with a rhinestone rondelle and antique brass and paste rhinestone bead and swings by a fine link chain at the back for added sparkle.

The necklace is 20" long. The centerpiece is 4 3/4" long.

French Miracle-antique vintage religious 1900s print assemblage necklace


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: antique, old, vintage, sterling silver, rhinestone, mother of pearl, antique pearls, glass, french, religious image, lourdes print, rhinestone button, filigree
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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