This exquisite Edwardian white Paste and Pearl pendant exudes luxury and class. Just imagine the stories this stunner could tell from back when she was worn in the early 19th Century!
The craftsmanship that went into creating each and every tiny, individual glass cut gemstone is impeccable. These gems are adorned in a magnificently graceful way creating glittering flowers and a delightful twinkling bow.
Your eyes are lead down to the striking Mississippi Pearl drops. These natural pearls are incredibly rare to come by. Their aura is quite heavenly, they are so smooth and iridescent, as if these pearls are in fact the frozen tears of an angel, they are that beautiful!
This pendant would look stunning on a vintage lace or velvet ribbon fashioned higher on the neckline, or a lovely Silver chain would absolutely do the trick. Exuding antique glamour with a little flirty charm this pendant is waiting for you to wear her!
ERA: Edwardian (1901-1910)
MEASUREMENTS: Length: 65mm in total, 47mm without bale and chain.
Width: 30mm across pendant from widest point.
The largest Pearl is 11mm tall by 5mm wide. The second Pearl is 8mm tall by 4mm wide.
MATERIALS: White Paste, Pearl, Silver
EXCELLENT: This Edwardian white paste and Pearl pendant is in a beautiful condition, it has been looked after perfectly. Both of these rare Mississippi pearls are still very secure and hanging ever so gracefully. They are incredibly smooth and still have all their shine to them. All the paste gemstones are original and secure with no signs of ships anywhere. The Silver is in perfect condition and the original pretty gem-set bale is in fabulous working order ready to be worn straight away!