As synonymous with the 1920s as the Great Gatsby, camphor glass stands out as a dreamy compliment to the popular filigree work of the era! Camphor glass is named for its likeness to gum camphor– frosty but not quite opaque. Carvings on the back of the glass radiate from the center, creating a subtle, velvety glow around the single diamond. Intricately detailed 14k white gold filigree frames the piece. The look seamlessly carries into the chain with its unique link pattern. Every bit of the metal, including the tiny chain links, has milgrain edges, or tiny beading, that creates an almost matte texture– tying in perfectly with the softness of the camphor glass. The pendant measures about 2 inches long from the top of the bale and about an inch at its widest. The necklace chain measures about 16 1/4 inches long.