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Diell Gold Set 6671
The lavaliere-like or as some call it “Y” necklace of set 6671 is daring and complex. Among the chic, lavalier necklaces have long been a favourite.
Such necklaces sit below the collarbone allowing more attraction towards that area.
Starting from the top of the necklace, two rows of foxtail chains are used with a decorative plain small circle placed in the middle. The chain is attached to a middle-sized mesh circle.
The use of 24 karat gold bars adds more value and reflects a vibrant energy.
The gold bars are put within rectangular frames with twisted detailing on the inner edges for a change. Rectangles amongst many circles draw more attention to the bars making them appear radiant and edgy.
The bars are then attached to four sets of three circles placed together by smaller solid circles. A vertical solid line is placed through the middle of each circle to highlight the circle’s symmetry and as a decorative feature.
The centrepiece is in the form of an arrow adding a frosty and fierce presence. The bar is surrounded by circles and towards the bottom of the centrepiece, more circles are used to achieve that arrow-like look or the upside-down pyramid.
Arrows have a powerful meaning and their use in jewellery is weighty. An arrow can only be shot if pulled backwards and so many individuals find the arrow as a symbol of motivation and moving forward.
The four pieces together merge well into the theme of elegance and high class.
Set 6671 is appealing, bold and mighty.
Diell Gold Set 6671
The non-identical and quite distinctive set 6671 is heavily circular based.
Ever wondered about the meaning of circles?
The circle holds great significance over the centuries and the history of jewellery. Circles symbolise things including the sun, moon, wholeness and eternity.
Without the use of circles, jewellery making would be limited and boring.
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