Eyvan Sapphire Necklace

CAD $2,200.00

. This pendant, was Inspired by Moshabak which is the Persian word for reticular. Moshabak was a typical architectural element in walls and windows of old Persian houses.This geometric lattice element was a decorative art-form with a complex geometric patterns.The reflection of light through this architectural element created mesmerizing atmosphere in houses.

  • 18K Yellow Gold + Natural Blue Sapphire.
  • Handmade in Toronto, CANADA.
  • Stamped with maker’s mark and 18K.
  • All products are made to order within 1 – 2 weeks.
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