Queen pearls's necklace
This pearly glass imitation jewel is a reproduction of a popular model at the Court of the King in the 18th century
In the 18th century, pearls were used for necklaces in long rows, simple bracelets or several rows, as well as earrings and pendants, sometimes associated with precious stones.
They often adorned the caps of the ladies of the Court.
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