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  1. Freshwater Single Pearl Drop Pendant 0.04ct Diamond 9K White Gold
    Freshwater Single Pearl Drop Pendant 0.04ct Diamond 9K White Gold

    ITEM REF: P35577/138W9

    Special Price £140.27 Regular Price £169.00

    £259.00 | 46% OFF 

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  2. Freshwater Single Pearl Drop Pendant 0.04ct Diamond 9K Yellow Gold
    Freshwater Single Pearl Drop Pendant 0.04ct Diamond 9K Yellow Gold

    ITEM REF: P35577/138Y9

    Special Price £140.27 Regular Price £169.00

    £259.00 | 46% OFF 

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Diamond necklaces in 9K and 18K white and yellow gold. Our diamond pendant necklace collection is carefully created to showcase designs for those who enjoy wearing elegant and exciting jewellery! Our white and yellow gold pendant necklaces include Sapphire and diamond necklaces, Pearl and diamond necklaces, Ruby and diamond necklaces, Emerald and diamond necklaces as well as pendants with other natural gemstones set with diamonds. We believe jewellery and specifically pendant necklaces are of high cultural importance. They need to be treated with respect. After all they are something special and elegant! All our designs reflect that philosophy.  The word pendant derives from the Latin word “pendere” which translates to "to hang down". Necklaces were first depicted in the statuary and art of the Ancient Near East, and early necklaces were made from precious metals with inset stones were created in Europe. In Ancient Babylon, necklaces were made of carnelian, lapis lazuli, agate, and gold, which was also made into gold chains. Ancient Sumerians created necklaces and beads from gold, silver, lapis lazuli and carnelian. Also, in Ancient Egypt, a number of different necklace types were worn. Upper-class Ancient Egyptians wore collars of organic or semi-precious and precious materials for religious and celebratory reasons. In Ancient Greece pendant necklaces played also an important cultural role. Gold necklaces that were created with plaited gold wires were worn. Most often these necklaces were ornamented with blue or green enamelled rosettes, animal shapes, or vase-shaped pendants that were often detailed with fringes. It was also common to wear long gold chains with suspended cameos and small containers of perfume. It is safe to say that by understanding the historical importance of the pendant necklace and by respecting it, we ensure the creation of stellar pendant jewellery that is built to last and mesmerise.