The Heart of the Ocean – The fictional diamond and sapphire necklace crafted from James Cameron’s mind that made Titanic history. While the Heart of the Ocean never existed, it wasallegedly crafted after a necklace (that may not have even been made from real sapphire) that was on the real ship and is now called the Love of the Sea.

Sapphire Necklaces
Sapphire Necklaces Rate this from 1 to 10: Sapphire Necklaces It’s no secret I am a huge Labyrinth movie fan and anytime I am inspired to create a new glowing necklace I enjoy having this movie on at night in the studio! In the song “As The World Falls Down” the Goblin King Jareth, played by David Bowie says a line that has always been so special to me so when I create this glow necklace I thought the title “Moon Within Your Heart” would be perfect. A single etched silver crescent moon within your galaxy heart of stars glowing. &… “The Heart of the Ocean” Necklace. Believed to have once been an inset stone on the crown of King Louis XVI, the precious faceted gem of sapphire hue was shaped into a heart after the French Revolution. The wealthy son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon acquired the legendary pendant for his beautiful fiancée, Rose. Both were guests on the ill-fated Titanic. 20” chain w/2” ext. 1” pendant.

The Heart of the Ocean – The fictional diamond and sapphire necklace crafted from James Cameron’s mind that made Titanic history. While the Heart of the Ocean never existed, it wasallegedly crafted after a necklace (that may not have even been made from real sapphire) that was on the real ship and is now called the Love of the Sea.Sheri Cordell Jewelry Diamond : Edwardian Sapphire and Diamond Pendant. A sweetly stylized heart motif is elegan An opal and diamond pendant necklace, circa 1890. Designed as a flowerhead, centrally-set with an oval cabochon opal, within an openwork surround of rose and old brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending a detachable pear-shaped cabochon opal surmounted by similarly-cut diamonds of foliate detail, to a later trace-link chain, mounted in silver and gold, old brilliant-cut diamonds approx. 1.15ct total. heart of the ocean. “The Heart of the Ocean” Necklace. Believed to have once been an inset stone on the crown of King Louis XVI, the precious faceted gem of sapphire hue was shaped into a heart after the French Revolution. The wealthy son of a Pittsburgh steel tycoon acquired the legendary pendant for his beautiful fiancée, Rose. Both were guests on the ill-fated Titanic. 20” chain w/2” ext. 1” pendant.

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