This is a signature pendant from the Wildlife Jewels® Collection. It is crafted from solid 18k yellow gold with a high polished shiny finish and features the striking painting Alexandrite The Rhino full of intricate details.
10% OF PROCEEDS DONATED TO RHINO CONSERVATION
- Material: 18k Yellow Gold
- Size: 1.7 width / 1.5 height / 0.5 depth Inches
- Shiny luster with intricate details and smooth surface finish
About This Painting: The majestic “ALEXANDRITE” is one of our original Wildlife Jewels® paintings which features The Rhino. The intricate details are inspired by the patterns of tropical fish, wild cats, and the classic beauty of Indo-European designs. The stunning Rhino is painted over a very thin layer of tissue paper resembling the fragile state of the Rhino due to poaching, and decorated with tiny golden dots resembling gold and gemstones.
To keep the original smooth shine, clean the product regualry with a polishing cloth. Store your item in a soft cloth and avoid exposure to household chemicals and cleaning products.
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