An Edwardian natural pearl, diamond and emerald pendant, to the centre a pearl accompanied by GCS Report stating to be natural of Saltwater origin, within a diamond and emerald encrusted cluster of openwork scalloped-sedge design, suspended by a diamond-set drop in the form of bow, the three knots of the ribbon set with old-cut diamonds estimated to weigh 0.4, 0.15 and 0.1 carats, all mounted in platinum and yellow gold in fine millegrain setting, with fine platinum trace chain with total length 38cm, the pendant measuring approximately 5.7x2cm, circa 1910, gross weight 8.4 grams, with original fitted case.
A stunning and delicate Edwardian pendant necklace. Edwardian jewellery is characterized by feminine shapes and forms such as bows, flowers, and drop pendants. This pendant is a superb example of Edwardian style, featuring a lovely diamond bow dropping to a scintillating diamond that suspends a dropped floral cluster featuring further diamonds, emeralds, and a gorgeous natural pearl. The central pearl is lustrous and alluring, surrounded by eight bright emeralds and framed by delicate openwork platinum. This elegant necklace is subtle enough for everyday wear but can easily be worn for formal occasions.
An Edwardian natural pearl, diamond and emerald pendant, to the centre a pearl accompanied by GCS Report stating to be natural of Saltwater origin, within a diamond and emerald encrusted cluster of openwork scalloped-sedge design, suspended by a diamond-set drop ...
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