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Large necklace of silver, forged copper, engraved and enameled and natural stones 'Fern Flower'

Large necklace of silver, forged copper, engraved and enameled and natural stones 'Fern Flower'

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Large necklace made of copper and silver, with a floral motif, which refers to the legend of the Slavs*.
The decorative elements were made of forged copper dyed to a shade of dark, bitter brown. Decorated with a plant motif, engraved outline and enamel filling. The enamel is colored in shades of green, from light pastel mint to darker tones. The bottom of the pendant is decorated with a glass bead in black, decorated with flecks of pastel pink and celadon green. The top of the pendant, connected to the necklace by a forged element, is decorated with a movable green resin bead. The rest of the necklace is made of natural stones in the form of smooth and faceted onyx spheres in black, smooth and faceted aventurine spheres in pastel green, pink agate spheres in fuchsia and natural irregular rondelles of turquoise.

Clasp made of 925 sterling silver of hook type. The length of the necklace is 54 cm (ca. 21.26in).

Diameter of the stones: from 4 mm to 6 mm (ca. 0.16in to 0.24in).
The size of the glass coral at the bottom - 14 mm / 16 mm (0.55in / 0.63in).
Length of the copper element with a floral motif - 5 cm (ca. 1.97in).
Width of the copper element with a floral motif - 3 cm (ca. 1.18in).
Length of the entire pendant - 10 cm (3.94in).

*Legend:
The shortest night of the year, taking place on St. John's Eve, is associated with June, which is fragrant in Europe with flowers, the smell of herbs and fresh grass. Patches sing loudly, and people look for love and happiness.
On the Night called Midsummer, herbs were collected, but the fern flower had an unusual place. This plant grew away from human eyes, in shady places as if on the border between light and darkness, between the uncovered and the covered.
It was believed that on this magical night, the fern flower that blooms once a year has extraordinary power and shines brightly. To the one who found it, it was supposed to ensure wealth, wisdom, happiness, health and love.

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