The most delectable Edwardian Paste riviere necklace we have ever had the pleasure of keeping in our collection!
Boasting alternating lime green and violet Paste gemstones set amongst twinkling bows and sprinkled with sparkling white, she's the epitome of all things Edwardian!
Not only is this antique necklace steeped in Edwardian history, but also reflects the woman's rights movement at the time. Created during the beginning of the Suffragette movement and showcasing their colours; give (green) woman (white) the vote (violet), this Edwardian necklace is the perfect gift for any woman!
Green and purple are the perfect complimentary colours, making this necklace an eye-catching piece of Edwardian jewellery sure to gain many admiring glances wherever you go.
This Paste necklace is the perfect accessory to wear on any special occasion, she would look fabulous paired with your favourite little black dress. Super cute and elegant, she's the perfect piece of antique jewellery to add to your collection.
ERA: Edwardian c.1907
MEASUREMENTS: 40.5cm or 16" long
The green and violet Pastes are 6.5mm long x 4.5mm wide
The Diamond Pastes graduate from 2mm in diameter up to 4.5mm in diameter
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver, Green, Violet and Diamond Paste
HALLMARKS: None present, tested as Sterling Silver
This Edwardian Paste riviere necklace is in wonderful condition throughout! There are no dents or dings to the body of the necklace and the locking mechanism is in perfect working order. The Pastes are all bright and in great condition. There is a couple of tiny nibbles to a couple of the Pastes in keeping with age, but this is only noticeable under very close inspection. There is a beautiful light tarnish to the Silver adding to her antique charm. A wonderful piece of Edwardian jewellery sure to loved and appreciated by the woman whose neck she adorns.