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Gothic Revival Assemblage Necklace and Lace Earrings

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This one of a kind assemblage necklace features an antique black filigree centerpiece with matching jet black faceted accent crystals, and was fashioned from black beaded silvertone chain along with vintage handwrought black chain accented with blood red crystalline beads. The antique filigree, with its classic Gothic Victorian into Art Nouveau lines, is reminiscent of a stained glass window or ornate spire from a European cathedral... The pendant is actually reversible with the crystals being open on either side ~ in these photos the centerpiece is shown with its flatter side up, but the "back" is perhaps even prettier as it has a more rounded curvature to the overall look ~ so beautifully detailed!

SIZING: The necklace closes with a clasp at the back and the chain portion going around the neck measures approx. 15" in circumference ~ you can make this longer if desired by adding additional chain to the back. The coordinating earrings are made from black bridal lace accented with transclucent red faceted beads, and despite their dramatic length (just over 4"), are surprisingly lightweight & comfortable to wear.

The necklace and earring set will be shipped in a sturdy box via Priority Mail.

International orders may be subject to customs fees.

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Gothic Revival Assemblage Necklace and Lace Earrings

Overview

  • Vintage handmade item
  • Materials: metal stamping, black and red beads, black lace, earring hooks
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 624 reviews
  • Favorited by: 39 people