An elegant and impressive fine Edwardian jewel dating from around the year 1910. Sixty one antique cut diamonds are set in the five sided scrolled mount,the centre diamond weighing approximately 0.75 carats, the total diamond weight being estimated as substantial 6.10 carats. This original elegant item of Edwardian jewellery is a Brooch-Pendant, a secure brooch fitting on the reverse side being quickly detachable to convert it into an elegant pendant. Constructed in yellow gold with a platinum top, this item is a jewel to treasure and in immaculate condition.
Shown here with a contemporary diamond set chain priced at an additional
18ct Yellow Gold
Period / Age
Victorian - Edwardian
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