The technique of pâte de verre (translation: glass paste) is an exacting method of hand pouring glass, practiced by skilled artisans at a studio we discovered in Paris. We became so captivated by the pieces produced with this technique that we had to add several to our collection—see our Tres Fleur earrings and Paxton rings which underscore why we adore these styles. This wonderfully long strand, to wear singly, doubled or as a lariat, is crafted of diamond-bright clear glass discs of various sizes in golden rope settings, with a few dangling discs and occasional brushstrokes of gold leaf. Its radiance remind us of shimmering confetti…or the bubbles in champagne. Wear it with joy.