This rare and unusual Edwardian locket fob pendant is the most wonderful collector's piece we have had the pleasure of keeping in our collection. Offered in such fantastic condition too, this antique locket has clearly been taken very good care of over the last century.
On one side a deep forest green Bloodstone sprinkled with red, on the other scrolled acanthus patterns adorn the 9ct Gold surface which opens to reveal a framed locket compartment.
Although created during the late Edwardian era, the style is undoubtedly Victorian with much attention paid to the details. This is the most unusual antique fob pendant we have ever come across and is sure to make a very welcome addition to your jewellery collection!
ERA: Edwardian c.1911
MEASUREMENTS: 38mm long inc. jump ring
32mm long without, x 26mm wide x 8mm deep
The Bloodstone is 18mm in diameter
MATERIALS: 9ct Rose Gold, Bloodstone
HALLMARKS: Maker's Mark obscured, "9", ".375", Birmingham Assay, date letter "M" for the year
This Victorian locket fob pendant is in superb antique condition, it's hard to believe she was created over a century ago and has stood the test of time to give you the rare opportunity to own this wonderful piece of antique jewellery! The Bloodstone is perfectly smooth with no scratches or nibbles across its surface, and the locket opens and closes easily and securely keeping its contents securely held inside. The Gold is bright with no signs of damage or wear to the body and the spinner is fully functioning making this Edwardian pendant the perfect addition to any woman's jewellery box!