The Sybille Necklace – Pearl Cheval


SKU: SS1552-Z
Choose Medallion
Excluding FK Petite styles, selecting a different medallion instead of purchasing the jewelry "as shown", your purchase is considered a custom order. Please see our policy regarding custom orders
  • *Medallion As Shown*

    This selection will honor whichever medallion is shown in the original piece Kande designed. Keeping it an un-customized piece.
  • A. Zeller

    This was designed for a reputable purveyor of fine wines, whose shop was located in Thiers, a small village in the region of Auvergne. Thiers is one of the smallest and least populated regions in France.
  • Abeille

    Established in 1857, this company was originally set up by farmers and vineyard agents in the region to offer hailstorm insurance. L’Abeille is located in Dijon - home and namesake of the famous French mustard.
  • Aime

    A winery located in Bergheim- a medieval walled town dating back to the early 1300’s-and scene to many witch trials that sent over 40 women to the stake. Featuring twin griffins; the ancient symbol of divine power and a guardian of treasure and priceless possessions.
  • Cavalier

    Hugely popular in France during the 1960’s, Clark’s chewing gum was considered a favorite among France’s equestrian crowd as it was rumored to improve focus during competitions.
  • Colonies

    Messageries Maritimes, a French shipping company founded in 1851, transported people between Marseille and the French colonies in Saigon and Australia. At the time, the trip required up to two months to travel the distance.
  • Comite

    A classically dressed woman seated at her desk surrounded by books, rolls of fabric and a microscope. In the role of “expert” at France’s Ministry of Commerce, she performs legally binding valuations of items produced. Today, she’d be called a “valuation expert”. She was far-ahead of her time.
  • DES

    Des was originally a topper for an Inkwell of a council member in the town of Lille, made famous for its friendliness.
  • Drago

    Believed to have lived in fire and representing patience and justice, the salamander was often used in heraldry; a system of identification developed to help distinguish fully armored knights on the battle and tournament field.
  • Dupuis

    This medallion was created by Daniel Jean Baptiste Dupuis for the 1900 Paris Exposition where the Art Nouveau style was dominant. Dupuis, the son of a painter, won several awards all over Europe for his work in painting and sculpting.
  • Indochine

    A medal awarded to French soldiers who participated in the Indochina Campaign: the struggle against the Japanese occupiers of the Southeastern Asia peninsula during World War II. The crown on the medal indicates it is Royal in nature.
  • La Jeanne

    Jeanne d’Arc was a helicopter cruiser in the French Navy that was named after Joan of Arc, a national heroine of France and Saint of the Catholic Church. The cruiser was in service from 1964- 2010 and was the third navy vessel to be named after the famous heroine.
  • Protecteur

    This was designed for a reputable purveyor of fine wines, whose shop was located in Thiers, a small village in the region of Auvergne. Thiers is one of the smallest and least populated regions in France.
  • Saint Benedict

    This medallion is worn or carried to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, our homes and possessions regardless of where we are. It represents a prayer for strength in time of temptation and for peace among ourselves and all nations of the world.
  • Saint Michel

    Created as a keepsake from Mont St. Michel in Normandy, this medallion features St. Michael, the leader of all angels in the army of God. Responsible for escorting the faithful to heaven at their hour of death, he is invoked for protection. He is also the patron of soldiers, police and doctors.
  • St. Chris-Moderne

    This medallion was created for an automobile body and paint shop in Strasbourg. It features Saint Christopher, the patron saint of travel as he carries a small child across a river. Upon safely reaching the other side, the child revealed itself as God.
  • Sun King

    This medallion features Louis XIV, also known as The Sun King (1643-1715). One of the longest-serving European monarchs, he ruled France for 72 years during which time he conceived and oversaw the construction of Versailles.
  • Voyageur

    Created for Pigeon Voyageur, a specialty clothing store in the city of Ville De Pontault known for outfitting the outdoorsman, traveler and athlete.

This necklace features 24″ of white freshwater Pearls with silver wire, Cheval chain, our exclusive Austrian Crystal Brillianté bezel and Saint Christopher Modern medallion. Absolutely beautiful all by itself or layered with our short and long designs.

  • Strand Length: Midi, 24″
  • Stone Size: 10 mm
  • Cabochon Color: Silver
  • Sterling Silver and Brass Plated
  • Each piece of French Kande is handmade in our Los Angeles studio by Californian artisans.
Shipping and exchanges

All French Kande is handmade to order and currently takes up to six business days to build, in addition to shipping time. After your order is created and shipped out, you will receive an email with tracking information.

We accept exchanges within 21 days of purchase, we do not accept returns. All custom orders are final sale, no exchanges or returns. All damages or shipment discrepancies must be reported within 24 hours of receipt of shipment; either by phone or email. Contact us if you have any questions.

International orders are subject to additional shipping.

Jewelry care and warranty

French Kande is plated in sterling silver, gold and brass, all hand-finished by California artisans. Many feature color variations and blemishes that contribute to their one-of-a-kind aesthetic. Keep your Kande dry and free of oils and fragrances to maintain the finish's integrity. Should it patina over time, use a polishing cloth to revive its luster. Do not use cleaners or polishing compounds as it will remove the oxidation resulting in a brightened, shiny finish.