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Another version of the Kodava Kokkethathi necklace traditionally worn by married women from Coorg in Karnataka; crafted in Sterling Silver (92.5%) and gold-dipped to perfection. It has a traditional crescent shaped pendant with a serpent at the helm and the rim of the pendant is fringed with pearls.
The necklace string is made of lovely, large and round, natural freshwater pearls hand woven in silver wire and gold-dipped.
(Note: you have the option of buying this pendant by itself or along with the pearl chain)
Measurements: Length of necklace : 24 inches.
Height of Pendant (in center) : 2.2 inches ; Width of Pendant (in center) : 2.6 inches
Gemstones used: Natural Pearl, kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon).
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Product Code: SP0038
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