We are blown away by this rare Edwardian Saphiret Paste cluster pendant! The star of the show is her electric Saphiret stone, a rare jewel that was exclusively produced in Gablonz in Czechoslovakia, and still admired to this day.
Formed by a hybrid of melted Gold and Sapphire glass, the highly complex process to produce such a beautiful gem means there are very few surviving examples, so you'll want to lay your hands on this one!
Haloed in a scintillating Paste cluster, this Edwardian pendant will dazzle anyone lucky enough to lay eyes on her. A collector's dream, a rare piece that'll take your jewellery game up a notch - she is one not to miss!
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1909).
MEASUREMENTS: Pendant is 18.5mm in diameter.
Saphiret is 8mm in diameter.
Paste Stones are 4.5mm in diameter.
MATERIALS: Saphiret, Metal, 9ct Gold, Paste.
Jump ring tests as 9ct Gold.
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: This rare Edwardian Saphiret Paste cluster pendant is in very good condition. Each stone is set securely, free from any notable damage. She has some surface wear to her Saphiert commensurate with age, however, these can only be seen under close inspection. Her Gold-tone metal back has slight discolouration, but this isn't visible when worn and takes nothing away from its splendour. Vibrant and sparkling throughout, her gemstones are full of life - she will be the most extravagant piece in your collection. Complete with a 9ct Gold jump ring, suspend this Saphiret treasure from a fine Gold chain for an opulent antique look.