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The dark matrix and unusual trapezoid shape of the serpentine stones give this 16 1/2" necklace and 1.5" earrings a decidedly reptilian look, though there is nothing insincere about the jewelry set. The phrase "crocodile tears" has been traced back to a 16th century archbishop, and it's also found in Shakespeare's Othello. Interestingly, "crocodile" is Greek in origin and translates to "worm of the stones", which is perhaps not a terrific image but relates well to the necklace. Bright green chrysoprase rounds and sterling silver beads separate the "crocodile tears". Cost: $99.00 USD
Now on sale for $44.00 USD
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