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This intricate sterling silver pendant is finely carved with a frail camellia and set with a diaphanous opal, a dazzling garnet or an opalescent moonstone, at your choice. This pendant will add a touch of nature-inspired beauty to your look.

Camellia is considered to be the oldest cultivated plant in the world, originating from the eastern parts of Asia, where it’s more popular name, is the Japanese Rose. Camellia is viewed as the flower of flowers, the only one that combines the beauty of anemone, the elegance of rose and the sophistication of orchids. In addition to its obvious splendor and beauty, this flower truly associates itself with spirituality, peace, honor, the perfect balance that exists in nature. In Chinese tradition, camellia marks a beautiful girl, and the perfect look of this flower has always been associated with all those relationships that emphasize sustainability, that is, relationships that defeat both time and all possible obstacles. The Camellia is a flower that expresses love, lust and passion. This flower will express your emotions and send a strong message to the person you love without you even saying a word.

. Handmade in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
. Made with Sterling Silver .925
. Handcarved with floral motif
. Set with genuine gemstones
. Perfect fit for any women
. Boho, easy-going style for everyday wear
. Measure 20mm long and 8.5mm wide
. Include a sterling silver chain of 18 or 20 inches.

An 18" necklace is a common choice for women that will fall just below the throat at the collarbone. This length is popular for adding pendants that will hang over a crew neck.

A 20" necklace will fall a few inches below the collarbone and allow a little more breathing room. Perfect for a low, plunging neckline or if you want to wear it over a turtleneck.

All our jewelry comes in a beautiful gift box and with a mini polishing cloth.
We also include with your purchase a small token of appreciation and a 10% discount coupon on your next purchase.

The Dreamy

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