OPT CUT PENDANT
OPT CUT PENDANT

Daniel Macchiarini, 2004
Gold and silver with "opt" cut rutilated quartz stone.

The stone in this pendant is a design invented by Peter Macchiarini in the 1950s, which he called an "opt" cut. It is shaped like a horse saddle with the outward top cut in a horizontal flat rectangular plane, and the underside having rectangular planes cut vertically.

OPT CUT PENDANT
OPT CUT PENDANT

Daniel Macchiarini, 2004
Gold and silver with "opt" cut rutilated quartz stone.

The stone in this pendant is a design invented by Peter Macchiarini in the 1950s, which he called an "opt" cut. It is shaped like a horse saddle with the outward top cut in a horizontal flat rectangular plane, and the underside having rectangular planes cut vertically.

OPT CUT PENDANT
OPT CUT PENDANT
OPT CUT PENDANT

Daniel Macchiarini, 2004
Gold and silver with "opt" cut rutilated quartz stone.

The stone in this pendant is a design invented by Peter Macchiarini in the 1950s, which he called an "opt" cut. It is shaped like a horse saddle with the outward top cut in a horizontal flat rectangular plane, and the underside having rectangular planes cut vertically.

OPT CUT PENDANT

Daniel Macchiarini, 2004
Gold and silver with "opt" cut rutilated quartz stone.

The stone in this pendant is a design invented by Peter Macchiarini in the 1950s, which he called an "opt" cut. It is shaped like a horse saddle with the outward top cut in a horizontal flat rectangular plane, and the underside having rectangular planes cut vertically.

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