This Edwardian crescent moon Pearl pendant is a lovely piece of antique jewellery. Converted from an old antique brooch, it's been re-invigorated! The pendant is such a breath of fresh air; versatile, chic and feminine.
The pendant is made from 9ct Yellow Gold, and the lustrous ivory Pearls sit cradled neatly within the curved moon shape.
During both Victorian and Edwardian times crescent moons held special significance to those in a new romance. They symbolize the couples hopes of the love growing or "waxing" into marriage, and thus would be a particularly thoughtful gift for your beloved.
It would also make a beautiful and sentimental piece of wedding jewellery or as a wedding gift.
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909)
MEASUREMENTS: 26mm across x 4mm at widest x 2mm deep.
The Pearls graduate from 1mm in diameter at the ends, up to 3mm in diameter in the middle.
MATERIALS: 9ct Yellow Gold, Pearl
HALLMARKS: None present, tested as 9ct Gold.
CONDITION: Very Good
This charming Edwardian Crescent Moon pendant is in beautiful condition, ready to wear and enjoy. All of the Pearls are antique and original, and have a lovely creamy ivory lustre and good nacre coverage. There is a little light wear to the back in-keeping with age, but you would never guess it used to be a brooch. The conversion from brooch to pendant has been expertly done, and it's the kind of thing you'll just wear and wear!
We deliver all orders by courier with full tracking and insurance for your peace of mind. This item comes beautifully presented in a branded Lillicoco box and is securely padded and protected during transit.
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