This 9ct antique Gold compass pendant is bursting with nautical charm. Encased in bright 9ct Gold, adorned with a chain bale and jump ring, the compass boasts hand-painted North, East, South, and West initials.
Although we wouldn't whole heartily rely on her for directions, her dainty arrow does have movement. Complete with impeccably clear hallmarks, this post-Edwardian pendant would make a wonderful addition to your collection.
ERA: Post-Edwardian/Early 20th Century c.1912.
MEASUREMENTS: Pendant including jump ring is 30mm long.
Compass is 17mm in diameter x 6mm deep.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: W.J.P maker's mark, Chester Assay, 9, .375, Date letter M for the year 1912 on base of compass. 9, .375 on jump ring.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
VERY GOOD-EXCELLENT: This 9ct Gold compass pendant is in superb condition for its age. Her glass has subtle wear, but is free from any notable damaged and sits securely in 9ct Gold. Her arrow moves as you change the direction of the compass so she is functioning to an extent! The chain bale is immaculate, and brings character to the piece and the hallmarks are crisp and clear. Complete with a faceted jump ring, she is calling out to be suspended from a fine Gold chain.