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Phoenix Petite Pendant

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Phoenix Petite Pendant


Phoenix Petite Pendant

Single lab-grown diamond pendant in the original phoenix-cut, developed by Unsaid.
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Yellow gold

Phoenix Petite Pendant
A brilliant phoenix-cut diamond pendant suspended from an 18K recycled gold chain.
A symbol of phoenix-like strength handcrafted in lab-grown diamonds.
Phoenix Petite Pendant
Phoenix Petite Pendant


Harness the phoenix-like power of renewal with this solitaire diamond necklace.

The Phoenix Petite Pendant fashions a solitaire lab-grown diamond cut after the shape of a phoenixs wing. This original phoenix cut, developed exclusively by Unsaid, features an elongated diamond made of four distinct lines with two lines set at an angle, eventually meeting at the jewels peak. The remaining two lines, which are the longest, rejoice at their ending portion, giving the intense stare of the phoenix. Its diamond motif is attached by the chain on each side so that pendant remains untwisted and in place; this intentional design keep the clasp centered at the nape of the neck. A touch of rebirth, the Phoenix Petite Pendant is a handcrafted jewel of sheer strength, matching the energy of the wearer. This striking lab-grown diamond pendant comes in three carat sizes, petite being the smallest. A perfect jewel for every day wear, or combined with other Phoenix jewels for a layered look. Available in white, yellow, and rose 18K gold.

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Jewel reference U10PT4

Gold weight 18K: 2.50 gr

18K recycled gold

Total diamond weight: 0.32 carat

Diamond colour: D-E-F

Diamond clarity: VVS1 to VVS2

Delivered with an IGI certificate above 0.5 carat

Certificate of authenticity is included

Size guide

A perfect fit

Our necklaces come with an adjustable chain that allows them to sit at three different lengths, depending on your preference.

The inspiration

Rise again

Mythology and art show the phoenix as a mark of rebirth and renewal. Egyptians accepted it as the sun god Ra who flew to Heliopolis, the city of the sun. While gathering spices, the sun set its roost on fire as it landed, burning the phoenix in flames. From the ashes, the bird resurrected to begin a new five-hundred-year life cycle.

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