This superb 15ct Gold Edwardian Pearl shaker locket is a fine example of the elegance and grace from which it came.
Every detail on this round Pearl shaker locket is outstanding and captures Edwardian design like no other. The lustre of each beautiful natural Pearl softly beams peachy tones against the gorgeous 15ct yellow Gold backdrop... a delightful combination!
We've filled the shaker compartment with an array of stunning fine quality Moonstones just for your pleasure, just add your favourite antique Gold chain for the loveliest antique shaker locket!
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)
MEASUREMENTS: The locket is 28mm in diameter x 7mm deep.
The locket is 35mm long including the bale.
The 26 Pearls are 2.5mm.
MATERIALS: 15ct Yellow Gold, Natural Pearl, Moonstone
VERY GOOD: This 15ct Gold Edwardian Pearl shaker locket is in very good condition indeed. The 15ct Gold is holding the Pearls in securely with the locket door in perfect working order. The natural Pearls are all slightly different pearlescent tones with mild signs of wear commensurate with age, this doesn't take away from the beauty of the locket and can only be seen under close inspection. Worn with your favourite antique Gold chain, this antique shaker locket will be the talk of the town!
All orders are shipped using DHL express and are securely padded in transit, with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. Alternate couriers are available by special request.
- FREE EXPRESS DELIVERY on all orders worldwide!
- NEXT-DAY delivery to the UK and EU
- Delivery to the USA in TWO WORKING DAYS
- Orders placed by 1pm (GMT) will be dispatched the same day
You can return your item for a full refund for any reason by simply getting in touch to let us know within 14 days of receiving it.
INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER:
This item will arrive beautifully gift wrapped in a Lillicoco presentation box, tied up with a pink ribbon. You’ll also receive a handwritten information booklet and free polishing cloth too!
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