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Cassiopeia Constellation Necklace - sterling silver, natural citrine, synthetic blue spinnel and cubic zirconia - READY TO SHIP

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Cassiopeia Constellation Necklace - sterling silver, natural citrine, synthetic blue spinnel and cubic zirconia - READY TO SHIP

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Pendant height: 20 mm
  • Pendant width: 50 mm
  • Necklace length: 47 Centimeters
  • Gemstone: Citrine
  • Material: Silver, Stone
  • Recycled: No
  • Spinner: No
  • Favorited by: 606 people
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Description

Newcomer to my Constellation Collection: The Cassiopeia Necklace is made entirely of sterling silver and the little stars are brilliant cut gemstones. I chose gemstones that roughly correspond to the real colours of Cassiopeia stars: natural citrines (3.5 mm), synthetic blue spinnels (3.5 mm and 2.5 mm) and one white cubic zirconia (2.75 mm). The pendant pictured here has been oxidised for a better contrast, but you can also order it in white silver. Please choose your favourite finish in the menu at the right.

The pendant measures approximately 50 x 20 mm (2 x 0.8 inch) and the length of the necklace is 47 cm (18.5 inch). It has an extra 6 cm extension in case you prefer it a bit longer.

This necklace is READY TO SHIP and will arrive beautifully packed in a black box.

I am always open to suggestions; should you prefer your pendant set with other gemstones, please contact me and we'll discuss it.


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Cassiopeia Mythology

Cassiopeia was a queen from Greek mythology whose legendary vanity and arrogance ultimately led to her downfall. Cassiopeia was the wife of King Cepheus of Aethiopia and mother to the beautiful Princess Andromeda. One day Cassiopeia proclaimed to the Nereids, female spirits of the sea famed for their beauty, that both she and her daughter were more beautiful and radiant than any of them.

The Nereids passed on their displeasure at Cassiopeia’s vain comments to the sea god Poseidon who immediately dispatched a sea monster to destroy Aethiopia. Shocked at the attack, Cepheus consulted an oracle who advised him that the only way to appease Poseidon was to sacrifice their daughter. Cepheus and Cassiopeia accepted the advice and chained their daughter to a rock as an offering to the sea monster. Luckily for Andromeda she was rescued by the hero Perseus, whom she later married. As an alternative punishment Poseidon sent Cassiopeia into the heavens, spinning around on her throne for eternity.


source: http://www.solarsystemquick.com/universe/cassiopeia-constellation.htm

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Newcomer to my Constellation Collection: The Cassiopeia Necklace is made entirely of sterling silver and the little stars are brilliant cut gemstones. I chose gemstones that roughly correspond to the real colours of Cassiopeia stars: natural citrines (3.5 mm), synthetic blue spinnels (3.5 mm and 2.5 mm) and one white cubic zirconia (2.75 mm). The pendant pictured here has been oxidised for a better contrast, but you can also order it in white silver. Please choose your favourite finish in the menu at the right.

The pendant measures approximately 50 x 20 mm (2 x 0.8 inch) and the length of the necklace is 47 cm (18.5 inch). It has an extra 6 cm extension in case you prefer it a bit longer.

This necklace is READY TO SHIP and will arrive beautifully packed in a black box.

I am always open to suggestions; should you prefer your pendant set with other gemstones, please contact me and we'll discuss it.


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Cassiopeia Mythology

Cassiopeia was a queen from Greek mythology whose legendary vanity and arrogance ultimately led to her downfall. Cassiopeia was the wife of King Cepheus of Aethiopia and mother to the beautiful Princess Andromeda. One day Cassiopeia proclaimed to the Nereids, female spirits of the sea famed for their beauty, that both she and her daughter were more beautiful and radiant than any of them.

The Nereids passed on their displeasure at Cassiopeia’s vain comments to the sea god Poseidon who immediately dispatched a sea monster to destroy Aethiopia. Shocked at the attack, Cepheus consulted an oracle who advised him that the only way to appease Poseidon was to sacrifice their daughter. Cepheus and Cassiopeia accepted the advice and chained their daughter to a rock as an offering to the sea monster. Luckily for Andromeda she was rescued by the hero Perseus, whom she later married. As an alternative punishment Poseidon sent Cassiopeia into the heavens, spinning around on her throne for eternity.


source: http://www.solarsystemquick.com/universe/cassiopeia-constellation.htm

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