A magnificent mid-Victorian natural peal, emerald and diamond pendant, to the centre a natural pearl measuring approximately 7.7mm in diameter, surrounded by a lozenge-shaped frame set with four rectangular-cut emerald and eight old European-cut diamonds, with four outstretching diamond-set bow-like motifs, all within an outer oval border set with emerald-cut emeralds, and flanked with four smaller natural pearls each measuring approximately 4.9mm in diameter, suspending a detachable natural pearl drop with rose-cut diamond cap, the pearl measuring approximately 11.2 x 8.6mm, accompanied by certificate stating that all pearls are natural of saltwater origin, all surmounted by a diamond-set pendant loop, the diamonds estimated to weigh 1.5 carats in total, the emeralds estimated to weigh 1.5 carat in total, all mounted in yellow gold, with a fancy link chain, with original fitted case, circa 1850, the pendant measuring approximately 6 x 2.8cm, the chain measuring approximately 41 x 0.3cm, gross weight 28.6 grams
A gorgeous nineteenth century pendant. This pendant captures the mid-Victorian style of Renaissance revival, incorporating elements of fifteenth century jewellery design. This piece features a frame of emeralds and diamonds with a beautiful natural pearl in the centre. Further pearls decorate the frame of emeralds and diamonds, and a pearl drop from the centre completes the pendant. This ornate and striking piece is suspended from a lovely Victorian snake chain.
A magnificent mid-Victorian natural peal, emerald and diamond pendant, to the centre a natural pearl measuring approximately 7.7mm in diameter, surrounded by a lozenge-shaped frame set with four rectangular-cut emerald and eight old European-cut diamonds, with four outstretching diamond-set bow-like ...
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