Anbinder Jewelry Tricolored 14K Yellow, Rose & White Gold and Diamond Classic Milgrain Jerusalem Cross Pendant with 17 Diamonds
|Metal||14K Yellow Gold, 14K Rose Gold, 14K White Gold|
|Setting||Surface Prong, Prong|
|Gem Type||White Diamond|
|Number of stones||17|
|Minimum Total Carat Weight||0.14 TCW|
|Length of Pendant||18 mm / 0.70”|
|Width of Pendant||15 mm / 0.59”|
|Total metal weight||2.60 Grams|
14K Yellow Gold, 14K Rose Gold, 14K White Gold, Diamond
Size: 15 mm x 18 mm / 0.59” x 0.70”
Elevate your spirits and uplift your soul by wearing jewelry that has a higher purpose such as this stunning tricolor Jerusalem Cross pendant that will let your faith shine as brightly as a star! Bedecked with dazzling white diamonds and crafted out of opulent 14k yellow, rose, and white gold, this gorgeous pendant is a multi-tiered work of art featuring three consecutively sized crosses, each one made entirely from a different color gold and stacked on top of the other, with the innermost of them sparkling brilliantly with diamonds. Certain to be received with joy by whomever you give it to; this marvelous creation from the Holy Land will captivate all who see it with its delicate vintage-inspired milgrain filigree and tasteful “Jerusalem” inscription on the back, making it an irreplaceable treasure that you or your loved one will cherish for eternity!
Please note: For an additional cost, this pendant can include a lovely 14k gold chain in your choice of length.
Anbinder Jewelry is an unparalleled Israeli design studio dedicated to the art of making superb and luxurious trinkets of irresistible beauty and unimaginable preciousness. Often incorporating decorative enamel accents as well as radiant diamonds and colorful gemstones into their remarkable creations, Anbinder specializes in expertly crafting unique and exquisite spiritual jewelry that’s timeless, eye-catching, and in a league of its own. Cultivating a prestigious reputation for quality and excellence, Anbinder’s exceptional designs have even caught the attention of the Vatican, who have sought out and acquired their pieces on multiple occasions.