Napoleon Necklace. The (outer) Napoleon Necklace was given by Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie-Louise, to celebrate the birth of a son in 1811. | Located in: National Museum of Natural History © Smithsonian Institution/Corbis.
For the pachyderm lover: Believed to bring happiness and luck, elephants inspire Jantana in the original design of this pendant. It is crafted by hand with sterling silver featuring a brushed finish. The pendant hangs from a sleek box chain. .925 Sterling silver An artisan story card will be included with your purchase. $59.95
The stunning 167.97-carat Mackay Emerald was mined in Muzo, Columbia. The largest cut emerald in the National Gem Collection, it is set in an Art Deco diamond and platinum necklace designed by Cartier Inc.