14k Gold Anchor Pendant Rope Design Chain Necklace


Late 20th Century
14k Yellow Gold
14.9 grams
The length - 15.5”; The pendant diameter - 13/16"

A 14k gold chain necklace with a rope design anchor pendant.
In the jewelry design, anchors symbolize stability and hopefulness. It’s believed that wearing
anchor jewelry keeps us grounded. This charm pendant with a seaside motif features a circular
gold rope as a background for the shiny anchor. The charm is suspended on a flat curb-link

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