Niremius Diamond Pendant
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Niremius necklace pendant in 18ct white gold with four rows set with diamonds (approx. 3.4cts). This piece can be worn as a pendant or a brooch. Niremius, the architect, built the Forum baths at Pompei the ceiling of which had elegant stucco decoration of concentric circles which inspired the circular design of the pendant. It is important that the circles appeared to float separately from one another and this is created by holding the circles together with knife edge wires that appear thin and delicate on the surface but are strong and secure. Making perfectly spaced circles is harder than making circles that touch so the final stages of this design require great concentration.

The pendant measures approximately 37mm in diameter

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Diamond- from the Greek 'adamas' means the unconquerable and so it is, being the hardest of all gemstones. From yellowish to green, red, pink and blue, diamonds are found in all colours in South Africa, Australia, as well as Namibia, Russia and China.

Craftsmanship and Sourcing

All Cassandra Goad jewellery is designed and made in the workshops in London.
As a gemmologist, the chemical composition and properties of gemstones have always fascinated Cassandra. Ever in search of the unusual and rare, she travels the world to source beautiful gemstones, either in the rough or cut form. The craftsman works as an artist recreating the design in metal, his interpretation is vital to the overall feel of the jewel. The jewel is then mounted, assayed , polished and set. Many of Cassandra's jewels can be hand engraved with a personal message to make a unique bespoke gift.


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