Thin curves radiate from a central root to form an expansive network in this striking stainless steel pendant. The design was created or 'grown' mathematically using computer models of the growth and bifurcation seen in plants, and then etched into shining stainless steel. The pendant hangs from an 18" long sterling silver chain and is guaranteed to be the talk of all your friends with its eye-catching beauty.
Stainless steel pendant
18" sterling silver chain.
Pendant measures: 43 x 48 x 0.381mm
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