Edwardian 0.90 Carat Old Cut & Rose Cut Diamond Pendant, circa 1910
Oh my – this is spectacular. This amazing Edwardian diamond pendant is formed of four (fully articulated) parts. The top piece of the pendant – the bale – is set with fifteen rose cut diamonds in three rows. The second part is set with a further six row cut diamonds and links to a circle of fifteen chunky rose cuts within which sits a trio of rubover set old mine cuts. A stunningly designed pendant set with top quality diamonds.
Please choose a 16″ or 18″ platinum trace chain (this is included in the price).
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30309651).
Cut – The three central diamonds are old mine cuts. The other diamonds are rose cuts.
Colour – F to H.
Clarity – VS1 to SI1.
Carat – The combined weight of the central trio of diamonds is approximately 0.80 carat. The total combined weight of the rose cut diamonds in conservatively estimated at 0.10 carat
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – The main circle is 16.4mm in diameter. From the top of the pendant to the bottom is 32.8
Metal – The pendant is platinum. Tested. The chain in the photos tests as 18k white gold. This can be can changed on request.