Roman Glass Small Translucent Pendant
Translucent 2000-year-old glass is held perfectly in decorative sterling silver. This pendant is sure to be a conversation starter (and an incredible value)!
Available as a pendant alone or with an Italian sterling silver adjustable box chain that can be adjusted from a length of 14" (choker) to 20" (princess) for the perfect fit on top of an incredible value for this piece.
- Pendant Size: 1 inch in length and 1/4 of an inch in width.
- Metal: .925 Sterling Silver
- Origin: Made in Israel
- Other: Includes Certificate of Authenticity
- Necklace Option: Available with a 14 to 20" Italian adjustable box chain
Ancient 2000-year-old glass has been excavated from sites around Israel and brought back to life as heirloom-quality jewelry.
The glass used is a broken fragment of what was once a household cup, plate, or temple vessel.
Roman Glass Jewelry is a unique and distinctive treasure. The ancient glass fragments are set by hand in the finest sterling silver by talented Israeli artisans.
Certificate of Authenticity included with every piece.
*Due to the ancient origins of Roman Glass, pieces may vary slightly in texture and appearance.
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2000-YEAR-OLD GLASS REBORN
The ancient excavated glass shards used in this unique jewelry collection began life as a household vase, water jug, or temple vessel.
EXPLORE THE ROMAN GLASS COLLECTION
2000-YEAR-OLD EXCAVATED GLASS
The Romans established ancient glass-making centers in and around Jerusalem because of the abundance of resources (sand) and skilled labor.
The excavated glass pieces used in this unique jewelry collection began life as a household vase, water jug, or temple vessel.
The items belonged to real, living, breathing human beings - who lived their lives in and around Jerusalem 2000 years ago at the time of Jesus Christ and the reign of the Roman Empire.
REBORN AS GORGEOUS JEWELRY
Rarely, unbroken vases, jugs, plates and temple vessels are excavated and displayed in museums or auctioned to antiquities collectors.
More commonly, though, the glass is discovered in broken shards. Instead of being discarded as useless, we take the broken fragments and they are carefully cataloged, meticulously cleaned, and reborn as meaningful and unique jewelry.
Ancient coins (mites) are also unearthed and given new life as "widow's mite" pieces in our collection.
*Certificate of Authenticity included
- PWPenny W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge Range 55 - 64Rated 5 stars1 month agoRoman Glass Small Translucent Pendant and Adjustable Chain
This is my first piece, and am not disappointed! Absolutely beautiful, just the right size (pendant) and I am in love with the adjustable chain. I've had this less than a week and the compliments keep coming. I will definitely be getting more. From packaging to product I highly recommend!QualityRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5ValueRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5Was this helpful?
- LBLaura B.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge Range 55 - 64Rated 5 stars2 months agoGorgeous
Very beautiful and well made. Will wear this often. Bought one for my daughter as well!QualityRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5ValueRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5Was this helpful?
- SSSage S.Verified BuyerI recommend this productAge Range 45 - 54Rated 5 stars2 months agoPicture doesn’t do it justice
The pendant is so pretty. It is pretty in the picture, but in person, it is just perfect.QualityRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5ValueRated 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5Was this helpful?