A kaleidoscope of colors radiate from this dramatic pendant, which is modeled after the rose windows of the Notre Dame cathedral. The 13th century rose windows were one of the most significant architectural elements of the cathedral to survive the horrific fire of 2019.
This 1960s era piece is 18k gold (acid tested with partial marks). It is ornamented with red, green, orange, and blue plique a jour enamel, which allows light to shine through just as it would with stained glass.
The pendant measures 1.2 inches from the top of the bail to the bottom of the piece by 0.9 inches wide. It weighs 2.6 grams and is in great condition.
We are providing the option to purchase the pendant with or without the 18 inch 18k gold chain depicted in the photos.