Pendant of Plenty!

Prs posted this fabulous convertible emerald, diamond, and south sea pearl necklace the Show Me the Bling forum at PriceScope. This gorgeous piece is so incredibly versatile, I should really be saying these gorgeous pieces! I am calling it the Pendant of Plenty because it just keeps bringing more to the table!

The second interchangeable centerpiece is beautifully designed but much less ornate 18K gold setting with 1.25tcw full-cut diamonds


This piece was created by The House of Yanes in Spain, Claudio Yanes founded the prestigious Spanish firm in Madrid in 1881. It is now in the hands of fifth-generation Yanes descendants.   It went from their family into the family of prs, and now we all get to enjoy it! This is incredibly decadent, I hope that she enjoys it for ages! The Emerald is yummy, but I am all about those diamonds!


As she was switching out the centerpieces she found the emerald had a hinged bale concealed in the back. So it could now be worn as a pendant without the pearls.


The Stats:


Prs says: “The piece was made by Claudio Yanes of Madrid, Spain, and is a gorgeous South Sea pearl necklace with two interchangeable centerpieces. The first centerpiece is a 4.50ct Columbian emerald, insignificant to minor oil, enhanced by 3.50tcw trapezoid, baguette, and square step-cut diamonds.”

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By Kayti Kawachi

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