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Cameo Pendant

$49.00

Made in Melbourne by Clara Carija for Victoria's Kingdom

Cameos were a common way to memorialise loved ones during the Victorian Era

Cameo is a method of carving an object such as an engraved gem, item of jewellery or vessel made in this manner. It nearly always features a raised (positive) relief image; contrast with intaglio, which has a negative image. Originally, and still in discussing historical work, cameo only referred to works where the relief image was of a contrasting colour to the background; this was achieved by carefully carving a piece of material with a flat plane where two contrasting colours met, removing all the first colour except for the image to leave a contrasting background.

 Customisations

Estimated cost

 Yellow Gold *Plating

$50

Rose Gold *Plating

$50

Rhodium *Plating

$60-$120

Yellow Gold 9K, 9ct or [375] is 37.5% Gold

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Yellow Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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Yellow Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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Rose Gold 9K, 9ct or [375] is 37.5% Gold

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Rose  Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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Rose Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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White Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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White Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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*“Plating” is shorthand for electroplating. This means that gold, rose gold, or rhodium plated jewelry is covered by a microscopically thin layer of metal.
^Quotes for gold are valid for 24 hours. 

This necklace is made using the lost-wax process, also called cire-perdue, method of metal casting in which a molten metal is poured into a mould that has been created by means of a wax model. 

Custom orders may take up to 10 business days to complete, send us an email for a quote.