Le petit Cactus Vanille Necklace Pink gold Fine jewelry necklace in pink gold 18k

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Description

18k Pink gold pattern
Round cable chain 1mm with small gold balls
Length 38cm / 40cm with booster ring
18k Pink gold
Motif size: 0.6x0.6 cm

Delivered in its box with a certificate of authenticity


N° FJ2PG202

Details

Le petit Cactus Vanille necklace in 18k pink gold on a 1mm forçat chain, size adjustable to 38 or 40 cm with return ring.
Motif size: 0.6x0.6 cm
Delivered in its box with a certificate of authenticity..

A flower dear to the heart of Marie Antoinette, Mellerioʼs first Royal client, the vanilla cactus came originally from Mexico and the West Indies and only flowers for one night every year, at the beginning of spring. This exceptional night blossom was immortalised by the botanical painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté, upon the request of the Queen. This story was the inspiration behind the line dedicated to the 18TH century, designed by Laure-Isabelle Mellerio. The central motif is built around the pistil, revealing a blossom in pink or green gold like a delicate flower in movement adorning long and short necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings.

Deliveries, returns & warranty

All deliveries and returns are free. Taxes are taken into account in the price.
All orders are dispatched in 2-3 working days, unless it is bespoke jewellery for which it may take up to 6 weeks.
You have up to 14 working days after receiving your order to submit your return request including your order number and invoice.
In case of a proven manufacturing defect, your jewelry will be changed free of charge for one year from the date of purchase.

Collection

18th century for women

Le Petit Cactus Vanille, the favorite flower of Marie-Antoinette - Mellerio's first Royal customer - is the inspiration behind our new line dedicated to the 18th century. This flower has the particularity of blooming only one night a year, in early spring.

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