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This necklace was created using a glass cabochon of a 1910 painting by John Waterhouse titled "Spring Spreads One Green Lap of Flowers". It depicts a young woman in pink kneeling upon the grass gathering a bouquet of new spring blossoms.

The antique silver setting surrounds the artwork with clusters of leaves. The lovely silver chain has a lobster clasp and measures 20" in length.

Pendant measures approx. 3" long and 2" wide. While it's water-resistant, it is not waterproof and should not be worn while bathing or swimming.

The necklace comes elegantly presented in a black velvet hinged case.

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Pendant necklace - John Waterhouse spring flowers cabochon, girl in pink dress, antique silver leaves setting

$35.00 USD
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