Cast from a vintage money clip, these antique-inspired nail pendants are modeled after Horseshoe Nails. A symbol of luck and good fortune, they were a popular equestrian motif during the Victorian and Edwardian eras, popularized in part by the jeweler L. Fritzsche.
To add a hefty dose of sparkle, each comes set with 34 gemstones (in 14 graduated sizes!). They are topped with a large bail to wear with most chains. Each measure 2.4" including bail, with a weight of 3.4g. Emerald spikes come in polished yellow gold, while the diamond version has a black rhodium finish. Each diamond pendant has approx .85 carats, while emerald pendants are set with approx 1.35 carats.
Please note these pieces are made to order in NYC, and take approx 4-6 weeks to produce.