This beautiful restrained Edwardian necklace, is dating back to the first or second decade of the twentieth century, Circa 1910. It is fashioned in an articulated, elegant 'Y' shape, accented with rose-cut and bezel-set old mine-cut diamonds, culminating below with a single semi round white river pearl. It was crafted in 18 karats yellow gold with a thin layer of silver for the setting of the diamonds gemstones. Fitted with three movable parts and a chain with the original lobster lock.
Diamonds: Mounted in bezel settings with 2 European round brilliant cut diamonds, with a combined weight of 0.40 carats, F color, VS/SI clarity.
Others: Accented with 12 minors rose cut diamonds, 0.42 carats.
Weight: 5.9 Grams, (10.87 Dwt).
Measurements: Length of 16 Inches (40 Cm). The drop element with the pearl has 1.35 Inches (34 mm).
Very good conditions. Upon Request, Auction House may provide an appraisal. This will carry an additional cost. Appraisals are made by our in house GIA certified Gemologist.
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