This Georgian Silver and 9ct Gold black dot Paste roundel pendant is an absolute showstopper! Her design showcases some exquisite Georgian craftsmanship, inlaid with 16 lustrous black dot Paste gemstones, she really is Georgian elegance at its finest.
Paste jewellery is a special type of glass that emulates a number of gemstones. It was initially designed by a jeweller named Georges Frederic Strass, who was a designer for the King. Black dot paste was very popular during the Georgian era, and gained its name due to a black dot being painted onto the culet, to mimic that of a Diamond!
She features beautiful rose Gold detailing which on adds to her luxurious allure. Once suspended from a dainty Gold chain, her unique shape is sure to frame your décolletage perfectly. You will be sure to reach for her regularly when you're wanting to add a touch of chic to any attire!
ERA: Georgian, c.1800.
MEASUREMENTS: Pendant is 31.5mm long, including jump ring.
Pendant itself is 25.5mm long x 20.5mm wide.
16 Black dot Paste are 4mm long x 3.5mm wide.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver settings, 9ct rose Gold detailing, 9ct Gold jump ring, black dot Paste.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: None Present.
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. Offered in very good condition, this Georgian Silver and 9ct Gold black dot Paste roundel pendant is awe-inspiring! Considering her grand age of over 200 years old, her Silver is in wonderful condition with only a few surface scratches, but her patina adds so much to her antique charm. Each of her black dot Paste gemstones are securely nestled into their settings, and glisten no matter what the lighting conditions. Her 9ct rose Gold detailing is clear and crisp, tying the piece together beautifully. We have converted her from an old Georgian buckle as the pin was broken and bent- and re-imagined her as a beautiful pendant. You simply can't help but be enchanted!