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This Sterling Silver (92.5%) temple jewellery necklace carries an unusual motif in its pendant.Goddess Lakshmi is seen sitting majestically on a lotus under the hood of the serpent called Adishesha (a primal being of creation and king of all nagas in hindu mythology).The floral and peacock motifs add a feminine touch to this unique piece of jewellery.The necklace is available in gold finish also.
(Note:This is a short necklace that sits close to the neck.Tassle provided at the end for adjusting the length, we can also provide silver links/chain if desired at an exra cost.)
Measurements: Length of necklace without tassle : 12.5 inches (tassle provided to adjust length)
Height of Pendant : 1.7 inches; Width of Pendant : 1.5 inches
Gemstones used:Natural Pearl, kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon).
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
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