AN IMPORTANT VICTORIAN EMERALD AND DIAMOND SWAG NECKLACE

An important early Victorian emerald and diamond swag necklace, the four swags each consisting of nine diamonds in cut-down silver collets, the centre three diamonds of each swag forming a trefoil suspended from which a step-cut emerald, in cut-down yellow gold settings, the central and largest step-cut emerald measuring approximately 8mm x 9mm x 5.2mm surmounting a detachable pear-shaped emerald drop section measuring approximately 11.5mm x 6.2mm x 4mm in a yellow gold claw setting, each claw set at the apex with a rose diamond point, total estimated diamond weight 2.25cts, total estimated emerald weight 8cts, all on a yellow gold Prince of Wales chain adjoining the front section to either side with a diamond-set clover leaf motif, circa 1840, gross weight 22.1 grams, some restoration to necklace.

No. 16349M


£75,000.00