Edwardian 0.93 Carat Old Cut Diamond Pendant, circa 1910
A breathtakingly beautiful Edwardian diamond pendant. At the centre of the piece is a high white and bright cushion shaped old mine cut diamond, set in a six claw collet with an open gallery above a scalloped backplate. The diamond drops from an articulated linking bar (set with three rose cut diamonds) and sits within stunningly intricate platinum surround; finely vented, milgrained and set with 20 icy white rose cut diamonds. With a further two rose cuts set in the bale. Stunning craftsmanship.
Please choose a 16″ or 18″ platinum chain (this is included in the price).
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30309951).
Cut – The centre diamond is an old mine cut. The surrounding diamonds are rose cuts.
Colour – G in the centre. The surrounding diamonds are F to H.
Clarity – The centre is SI1. The surrounding stones are VS2 to SI1.
Carat – The centre is approximately 0.58 carat, with a total approximate diamond weight of 0.93 carat.
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – Not including the bale, the pendant is 30mm long and 16.1mm at the widest point (4.3mm at the narrowest).
Metal – Platinum. French hallmarks.