King of the Greeks Topaz Pendant


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The design on this 1970, 50 Lepta pendant is so intriguing! The Obverse depicts a young Constantine II with the lettering, “Constantine King of the Greeks.” The Reverse bears the Crowned arms (shield with a cross) with the defenders of the Crown and the denomination. I mean, it’s simply beautiful!

The coin is a great size! Minted between 1966-1970, it is just under an inch at 18mm. The crystal nature of the Swiss blue topaz was the perfect embellishment to reflect the vibrant colors that embody the beauty of Greece!

The handmade textured bezel is solid .925 silver.  Then we’ve attached an ample bail that specifically interchanges with our signature chains and allows you to change pendants or add a little “drama.” Example, check out the tiny diamond cross dangle in the photos. It’s like it was made for it!

Chains are sold separately. Please take a look “RKJ Signatures” from the main page. That’s the beauty of the signature necklaces; you simply need one chain to create unlimited looks. It’s a true basic” for your collection!  And it's very likely this pretty pendant will slip right onto one of your own chains too.


Materials: Sterling silver, Swiss blue topaz, Greek currency

Size: Coin, 18 mm; Pendant, 21 x 32mm, 6mm bail

Collections: Coins & Necklaces, Custom Jewelry, Handmade