BM-205/206: Dante Pendant

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BM-205/206: Dante Pendant

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Dante |ˈdänˌtā, ˈdanˌtā, ˈdantē| Italian.

(1265–1321), Italian poet; full name Dante Alighieri. He wrote The Divine Comedy ( c.1309–20), an epic poem that describes his spiritual journey through Hell and Purgatory and finally to Paradise. 

Dimensions (L x W) Medium: 1.5" x 0.75"  Large: 1.75" x 0.85"

The bail is silver-plated brass with a lacquer finish to protect it and to minimize tarnishing. Chain is rhodium-coated sterling silver snake, 16" or 18". 

NOTE: The dichroic glass used in this design varies from silver to silver-red. Also, there is variation in the pattern used from piece to piece. In other words, may not look like photo!

The BRIGHT MOSAIC line is like mosaic work -- an assemblage of different-colored, different-shaped glass is arranged and fired together to become one piece. The pendants and earrings are then selectively cut from this mosaic sheet and fired again to make the final piece. Dichroic and patterned glass are used in combination with solid colored glass to add some brightness and sparkle to the piece.  

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