An important Edwardian diamond garland necklace

An important Edwardian diamond garland necklace, the necklace in the 'style garland', designed at the front as an articulated openwork frame embellished with tied ribbon bows and foliate motifs, set with single- and rose-cut diamonds, highlighted by seven principal circular-cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 11.5 carats, all set in platinum to knife-edge settings and a fine chain, gross weight 25.6 grams, circa 1900

No. 21399M


£79,500.00