The dazzling concave faceted ametrine is the focal point of this one of a kind, spectacular, geometric pendant, in which the metalwork becomes an extension of the gemstone. Ametrine is primarily found in the Anahi mine in Bolivia, and it first became famous in the 17th century when a Spanish conquistador received the mine as a dowry upon his marriage to Princess Anahi who was the daughter of the local chieftain. It is said that the blending of the two colours represents the combined love which the princess felt for her people and her foreign husband.
Housed so that the stone appears to be floating, this pendant conjures a contemporary representation of the opulent articles of jewellery which might have been borne as gifts to the Spanish Queen by the returning conquistadors.
Dimensions: Pendant 29 mm x 29 mm x 14 mm. 17” total length including removable chord.
A GEMSTONE REPORT for this pendant can be found by clicking on the Report Number for the pendant below:
12LE12 48 Anahi Pendant – Ametrine Report
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