Antique 18ct Gold Turquoise Star Pendant

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SKU: X7028

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This fabulous antique 18ct Gold Turquoise star pendant is bound to leave you starry-eyed! This beautiful antique pendant is bursting with a rich duck-egg blue hue, emanating from the smooth cabochon-cut Turquoise gemstones.

The Victorians adored symbolism, and this Gold star pendant is sure to have provided some guidance for its wearer once upon a time. Ready to embark on a new journey, this celestial treasure is destined to shoot straight into your neck stack!

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SOLD!

This fabulous antique 18ct Gold Turquoise star pendant is bound to leave you starry-eyed! This beautiful antique pendant is bursting with a rich duck-egg blue hue, emanating from the smooth cabochon-cut Turquoise gemstones.

The Victorians adored symbolism, and this Gold star pendant is sure to have provided some guidance for its wearer once upon a time. Ready to embark on a new journey, this celestial treasure is destined to shoot straight into your neck stack!

Item Details

ERA: Victorian (1837-1901).

MEASUREMENTS: Pendant is 29.5mm long including jump ring.
Star is 23mm long x 22mm wide.
Turquoise graduates from 1.5mm to 3.5mm in diameter.
Weight: 1.7g.

MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Turquoise.

HALLMARKS: Since we have dated this piece as being made prior to 1950, a hallmark is not required in order for it to be sold in line with UK hallmarking legislation.

PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.

Condition:

VERY GOOD. This antique 18ct Gold Turquoise star pendant is in very good condition. The Turquoise gemstones are all secure, with their own bright and unique natural hue which we just adore. The back of the pendant does have some sign of a previous conversion, likely from where it was a brooch, but this work has been carried out by a skilled jeweller so this isn't noticeable when worn. The star shape has remained sleek and, finished with an 18ct Gold jump ring, she can be worn straight from the box! 

Condition

ERA: Victorian (1837-1901).

MEASUREMENTS: Pendant is 29.5mm long including jump ring.
Star is 23mm long x 22mm wide.
Turquoise graduates from 1.5mm to 3.5mm in diameter.
Weight: 1.7g.

MATERIALS: 18ct Gold, Turquoise.

HALLMARKS: Since we have dated this piece as being made prior to 1950, a hallmark is not required in order for it to be sold in line with UK hallmarking legislation.

PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.

Condition:

VERY GOOD. This antique 18ct Gold Turquoise star pendant is in very good condition. The Turquoise gemstones are all secure, with their own bright and unique natural hue which we just adore. The back of the pendant does have some sign of a previous conversion, likely from where it was a brooch, but this work has been carried out by a skilled jeweller so this isn't noticeable when worn. The star shape has remained sleek and, finished with an 18ct Gold jump ring, she can be worn straight from the box! 

Shipping

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RETURNS:

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!

Please message us or call +44(0)117 925 4798 if you have any questions!

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