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MESSIKA - WILD MOON





NECKLACE

In the shape of an inverted moon, this necklace draws upon the lines of a “Squash Blossom”, a traditional Native American necklace. Worn at ceremonies, it is one of the most well-known symbols of the Native American world. It is called «Squash Blossom» after the sliver flowers from which it is made. Derived from Moorish inspiration, this piece of jewelry symbolizes the pomegranate. A Native American legend tells how young girls upon marriage would receive the Squash Blossom from their mothers, passing them on from generation to generation.

In a chic bohemian spirit, the designer revisits the shape of the crescent moon with a feminine piece to be worn at the hollow of the neckline. Two lines of diamonds are perfectly suspended using the knife-edge thread technique. Each diamond, seemingly isolated from each other, appear to float. In the center is a marquise-cut diamond drop of 0,71ct E/VVS1.





Diamonds : 19ct DEF/ VVS VS 94 marquise cut diamonds for 10,4ct, 61pear cut diamonds for 6,2ct





HOOPS

The precious half-moon motif is presented in XXL in its hoop earrings. Always worked in a perfect layering of marquise and pear cut diamonds, it has a strong and bold appearance. To be worn as a pair for an elegant bohemian look or asymmetrically with the miniature

hoop earrings of the same collection.





Diamonds : 1,3ct EF/VVS VS 40 marquise cut diamonds 4,62ct, 54 pear cut diamonds for 6,18ct






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