Grape charm

# X1-034

Grape charm

Grape charm

# X1-034

In 1602, British explorer Bartholomew Gosnold christened the island of Martha’s Vineyard by combining the name of his infant daughter with the recognition of the abundance of wild grapes growing across the Island. In 1971, C.B. (Cheryl) Stark made her original “Bunch of Grapes” to commemorate the Tisbury tri-centennial. This was the first time grapes were symbolized as jewelry to represent the Vineyard.

$525

Product Details

Details

5/8" x 1"

Name Grape charm
Stock Number X1-034
Type Charm
Style Grapes, Vineyard Charms
Material 14K Yellow Gold

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