This striking antique 15ct Gold Pearl and Turquoise necklace would make a welcome addition to any woman's collection!
A row of alternating Pearl and Turquoise cabochons sit on top luxurious 15ct Gold, all the elements coming together to create a delightful piece of Edwardian jewellery.
Originally a brooch, this pendant was converted to a necklace to make her more versatile and easy to wear and enjoy!
Offered in superb condition, this piece of antique jewellery would make a welcome gift or the perfect "something old, something blue" to wear down the isle on your special day.
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)
MEASUREMENTS: The pendant is 22.5mm in diameter
The chain is 16" long
The Turquoise measure 2.5mm in diameter
The Pearls measure 2mm in diameter
MATERIALS: 15ct yellow Gold, 9ct Yellow Gold, Pearl, Turquoise
HALLMARKS: "375" on chain, pendant tests as 15ct Gold
This antique 15ct Gold Pearl and Turquoise necklace is in great condition. The Turquoise are all perfectly smooth and have a wonderful bright blue colouring. The Pearls all have a natural variation in their colourings, and some may or may not be replacements. All gemstones are held securely in place by their settings. The 16" chain makes this pendant ready to be gifted or worn straight away!
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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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