The Oeil-de-boeuf (French for "bull's eye") window is a hallmark of French architecture. Also known as ox-eye windows, they peaked in both popularity and complexity during the Baroque period. This pendant is styled after the earlier, much simpler stone-cut versions found in Burgundy from the 16th century onward.
The pendant's design features a hidden, integrated bail; solid construction (approx. 20g in sterling silver) to make it last for generations; and a rich texture best suited to either Sterling Silver Glossy, Premium, or Gold Plated Brass.