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Antique Edwardian 15ct Gold Platinum Rose-Cut Diamond Locket - 2.00ct

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SKU: X0929



An exquisite antique Edwardian 15ct Gold Platinum rose-cut Diamond locket, boasting a sensational 2.00ct spread. Rose-cut Diamonds have the most magnificent sparkle, their multi-faceted forms twinkling prettily under the light. This locket is certainly a fine example!

Complete with a grooved, richly saturated 15ct Gold back and solid Platinum settings, every inch of her is an Edwardian dream. We love to imagine what beautiful portraits have been encased inside this locket throughout her lifetime! A true testament to Edwardian craftsmanship, this lovely locket will continue to delight for decades to come.

Item Details:

ERA:  Late Victorian / Edwardian c.1900.

MEASUREMENTS: Locket including bale is 47mm long x 30.5mm wide.
32x rose-cut Diamonds around the border are each 2.2-3mm wide, with an additional 3 in the original bale.
Approx. combined total carat weight of 2.00ct.

*Please note the unique and irregular shape of rose-cut Diamonds prohibit their accurate carat weight assessment. Carat weights provided are estimates only and based on the carat spread of equivalent sized modern round brilliant-cut Diamonds. 
Weight: 11.3g.

MATERIALS: 15ct Gold, Platinum, rose-cut Diamonds (2.00ct).

HALLMARKS: Tests as 15ct Gold back with Platinum bale, settings and frame.


VERY GOOD-EXCELLENT. This antique Edwardian 15ct Gold Platinum rose-cut Diamond locket is in very good to excellent condition. The locket frame is intact, allowing you to place an image securely inside. Whilst there is some light wear to the occasional Diamond, overall, the rose-cuts are incredibly bright and have a fierce fire! The settings are open-backed which allows a lot of light to come through, whilst the fine millegrain edge adds a fabulous feminine touch. There is a lovely contrast between the 15ct Gold and Platinum, whilst the original bale is a real treat, and the gorgeous grooved back is so typical of the timeframe. The divine Diamonds are likely a little older than when the locket was made, but each possesses a gorgeous glow.

*Please note that the "lover's eye" image inside has been added by us, and is not original to the piece. It is a homage to Bridgerton and the gorgeous Georgian era miniature portraits that were typical of the late 1700s to early 1800s. It is not an authentic Georgian portrait and can easily be removed.