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This sweet, subtle glass tile pendant features a beautiful, semi-abstract flower pattern, inspired by antique Chinese fabrics.

I'm offering this particular pendant at a reduced price, because there was some slight color fading towards the center of the image which is probably barely noticeable to most people (if you don't notice it on the photos, you won't notice it on the actual physical pendant). There's nothing really wrong with it, and it's still a very pretty necklace; it's just not quite up to my regular standards.

My glass tile pendants are fully sealed so that they are water-resistant, but not water-proof, and are very smooth and comfortable to wear against your skin.

This pendant measures one inch in diameter and comes ready to wear with a simple black satin necklace cord with a lobster clasp.

You can also wear this pendant on any chain or other necklace of your choice. The large, sterling-silver plated jewelry bail will slide over most necklace chains.

This product is not intended for small children who still put things in their mouths.

Please be sure and check out my other items at http://SunshowerCreations.Etsy.com!

I offer excellent deals on combined shipping, both for U.S. and international customers.

Thank you for looking, and have a great day!

*Each pendant comes nicely packaged in a pretty organza bag, perfect for gift-giving!

ON SALE Chinese Tapestry Design Pendant, Smooth, Round Glass Tile Pendant Necklace, Wearable Art


  • Materials: glass, paper, sterling silver, satin
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 284 reviews
  • Listed on Oct 15, 2010