White Turquoise Necklace with Jade Coin

$228 USD
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H: 18.0"
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Created by an artisan in Shanghai, this beautiful necklace is strung with round white turquoise beads ending in a silver Tibetan charm bearing a shou symbol of longevity. The central pendant is a jade disc carved to resemble a Qing-dynasty coin often referred to as "cash." The coin bears the issuing era name for the Yongzheng emperor (AD 1709-1722). Used in Imperial China since 4th century BC, this form of coin is today considered a good luck charm and a powerful symbol of prosperity.

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