Water Lily Necklace by Museum Reproductions
The "Water Lilies" is the expression and culmination of the artistic thought of Claude Monet. A wild project for a painter who wanted to explore all the variations of light in his garden in Giverny, the "Water Lilies" is displayed in two oval rooms and invite the visitor for endless contemplation. In choosing the Orangerie of the Tuileries to house his work devoted to nature and peace, Claude Monet hoped to create harmony between the "Water Lilies" and its enclosure. The "Water Lilies" has been exhibited there since 1927.
This necklace represents the artistic legacy of Monet with a beautifully detailed green enamel lily pad pendant set with a white faux pearl in the center.
Pewter with matte gold plated finish, faux pearls, and epoxy.
18" long. Pendant is jus over 3/4" long.
Museum Reproductions has been creating jewelry for the gift store industry since 1969. The designs are influenced by jewelry and artwork found in museums around the world, working in hand with museums, curators and other creators to make new pieces regularly. All their pieces ship with information about the inspiration behind the piece.
Matching earrings available here.
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