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Elements Pendant – Platinum Meteorite Raw Diamond Slice and Gold Nugget Dangle Pendant

A Dianna Rae Original design, the Elements Pendant reflects the raw elements of nature and space with the use of iron meteorite, a raw diamond slice, and a gold nugget. Each element piece is hand-fashioned in platinum and made to dangle on a simple platinum bail. The Iron Meteorite specimen is named 'Campo del Cielo' and was discovered in Chaco Province, Argentina in 1576.

Price does not include chain

This is a one of a kind item and does not have a current price available. Dianna Rae Jewelry is all about custom jewelry. We would be happy to work with you to create your own version of this amazing style. If you have questions or would like a custom quote on your variation of this design,

Please contact us at: info@diannaraejewelry.com or call (337) 706-7316

SKU: 001-230-00175
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Description

A Dianna Rae Original design, the Elements Pendant reflects the raw elements of nature and space with the use of iron meteorite, a raw diamond slice, and a gold nugget. Each element piece is hand-fashioned in platinum and made to dangle on a simple platinum bail. The Iron Meteorite specimen is named 'Campo del Cielo' and was discovered in Chaco Province, Argentina in 1576.

Price does not include chain

This is a one of a kind item and does not have a current price available. Dianna Rae Jewelry is all about custom jewelry. We would be happy to work with you to create your own version of this amazing style. If you have questions or would like a custom quote on your variation of this design,

Please contact us at: info@diannaraejewelry.com or call (337) 706-7316

SKU: 001-230-00175
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Description

A Dianna Rae Original design, the Elements Pendant reflects the raw elements of nature and space with the use of iron meteorite, a raw diamond slice, and a gold nugget. Each element piece is hand-fashioned in platinum and made to dangle on a simple platinum bail. The Iron Meteorite specimen is named ‘Campo del Cielo’ and was discovered in Chaco Province, Argentina in 1576.

Additional information

PrimaryMetalType

Platinum

SecondaryMetalType

Gold

SecondaryMetalColor

Yellow

DesignStyle

Modern

CenterStone

Meteorite, Diamond

Additional information

PrimaryMetalType

Platinum

SecondaryMetalType

Gold

SecondaryMetalColor

Yellow

DesignStyle

Modern

CenterStone

Meteorite, Diamond

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