SOLD!Flaunting flashes of fuchsia, rasberry and crimson from every angle, this Georgian 18ct Gold Queen Anne Flat-Cut Garnet pendant was made to be the centre piece to any attire!
With an abundance of rare Queen Anne Garnets set into buttery 18ct Gold settings, this antique Garnet pendant will bring opulence to your antique jewellery collection. The fiery tones that emanate from this 18ct Gold Garnet pendant perfectly represent the symbolism of Garnets inner fire and life force!
ERA: Georgian, c.1800
MEASUREMENTS: Pendant is 28mm, including jump-ring.
Pendant itself is 23mm in diameter.
Square Garnets graduate from 2mm long x 2mm wide to 3mm long x 3mm wide.
Central Garnet is 10.5mm in diameter.
MATERIALS: Tests as 18ct Gold throughout, Queen Anne Flat-Cut Garnets.
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.
VERY GOOD. This Georgian 18ct Gold Queen Anne Flat-Cut Garnet pendant is in very good condition. The Garnets are secure with a beautiful arrangement. The back of the pendant does have a slight depression in it, likely from where this pretty was converted from a larger Girandole earring which was so popular of the period. Nonetheless, she has garnered a name for herself in the form of this stunning pendant, which is much more wearable! The slender form of this Georgian pendant makes her uber comfortable to wear!