If you're looking for an exquisitely made piece of jewellery that will stand out above the crowd then look no further than this absolutely majestic Georgian Paste rivière necklace in Silver and 9ct Gold.
This necklace has a well-proportioned graduated design that drapes about the neck beautifully with endless sparkle shining from each masterfully hand-cut white Paste. It's completely mesmerising to behold!
We love the chunky Gold-backed collet settings that accentuate the stones and give this piece an unmistakeably antique vibe.
As far as rivière necklaces go, this is without a doubt one the most delicious we've had the pleasure of coming across. The white Paste has retained its radiance and sparkle beautifully which is remarkable for her age!
What a fantastic part of history this necklace is. Truly a divine artifact that craves to be worn for all the world to see. She is a true beauty and we'll be sad to see her go!
ERA: Georgian (up to 1837)
MEASUREMENTS: The largest Paste measures 9mm with gradual sizes moving down to the smallest which is 6.5mm.
The collet settings graduate 12mm wide in the centre to 9mm at the ends.
The necklace is 16"3 or 41cm long.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver, 9ct Gold filigree back, White Paste
HALLMARKS: None present, tested as Sterling Silver and 9ct Gold filigree back.
EXCELLENT: This Georgian Paste rivière necklace in Sterling Silver and 9ct Gold is in exquisite condition. The Silver settings are sturdy and robust, confidently holding in the Paste stones. The back is a 9ct Gold and also perfectly kept. The White Paste has aged remarkably well. It is utterly bright with only a few stones that have ever so slightly darkened with age, although you'd never notice unless you were inspecting it very closely. The clasp is in perfect working order, designed to hold the weight of the necklace with complete ease. This necklace would make the perfect addition to an antique collection with its sheer and utter beauty. We suggest you grab this beauty quickly before someone else does!