Infused with sparkling gem tones, this Czech glass button centerpiece was rescued from a no-longer-loved vintage Sarah Coventry bracelet. Once set, it was surrounded with opalescent Swarovski rhinestones to capture the reflection of colors. Finally, a swirl of sparkling rhinestones. Need to accent a simple outfit? This is your perfect solution. Striking, colorful, and of course, elegant!
- Limited edition
- Semi-precious pyrite stones woven along oatmeal nylon cord
- Approximately 20" in length + 1-1/4" pendant drop
- Antique brass nickel & lead-free pendant
What is a celesta? French for "heavenly," the celesta is a unique twinkling piano-like instrument heard in the "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker. The composer used the newly-invented celesta (after smuggling it into Russia from Paris!) to make the Sugar Plum music sound like the "sprays of a fountain" as requested by the choreographer, Marius Petipa. This charming instrument was also used in "Hedwig's Theme" from the Harry Potter movies as well as the opening music from the classic television series, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."