An Important early Victorian emerald and diamond necklaceAn Important early Victorian emerald and diamond necklaceAn Important early Victorian emerald and diamond necklace

An Important early Victorian emerald and diamond necklace

An Important early Victorian emerald and diamond swag necklace, to the centre a step-cut emerald measuring approximately 8 x 9 x 5.2mm, suspending a detachable pear-shaped emerald measuring approximately 11.5 x 6.2 x 4mm, set in a yellow gold claw setting, each claw set at the apex with a rose diamond point, 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 a step-cut emerald, in cut-down yellow gold settings, attached either side to a diamond-set clover leaf motif leading to a graduating diamond-set knife edge chain with a snap clasp set with three rose-cut diamonds, the diamonds estimated to weigh 4.5 carats in total, the twelve emeralds estimated to weigh 8 carats in total, accompanied by GCS Report 80250-58 stating to be of Colombian origin, all mounted in silver and yellow gold circa 1840 with later back section, length 42cm, gross weight 26 grams,

No. 16349M

£97,500.00