Gioielli made in italy Gioielli made in italy

Necklace Hore



Regular Price: $125.00

Special Price $100.00

Delivery estimated between Monday, May 10,

and Tuesday, May 11,

Informations - Materials

Product Information

The pendant necklace Hore with Baccante orange



Motif Color:


Cast Finish:

18kt Gold-plated

The jewels' colors in the photo may look different from the original one. This depends from the resolution. Each object is handmade and has unique characteristics.

Delivery and refunds

Delivery and refunds

The customer who intends to exercise the right of withdrawal, must notify the GrandTour Collection in writing at:
Via dei Coronari, 32, Rome - 00186 ITALY
Or write by email to: [email protected]
within 10 (ten) days working from the day following the date on which the Products were delivered to you. For more information see the FAQ or our Terms of Sale.

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Each of our creations is protected by a warranty certificate. Our products can be completely replaced in case of damage within a year of purchase. And each product carries the GTC signature, which guarantees its authenticity.
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If you have any questions, please send us an email[email protected] or call us +39 06 687 2026

This pendant necklace is adorned with an Baccante in orange. The 3/4 inch diameter mounting rim has two connection ferules and is 18k gold-plated bronze. It is affixed to an 18k gold-plated brass closed-link chain with a lobster style clasp. The pendant necklace is adjustable up to 2 inches. All connecting links and ferules are plated in 18k gold.

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The GrandTour

GrandTour Collection originates from the same passion for art that, during the 18th century, compelled people from all over the world to set out on a long journey in order to visit the beauty of Italy. he so-called GrandTour marked a thriving period with great artistic and cultural activity; those who took that journey brought an indelible memory back home, as well as the desire to go back to Italy.