Edwardian Old Cut 1.64 Carat Diamond & Pearl Drop Earrings, circa 1910
Seriously, seriously stunning Edwardian earrings. At the top of the earrings is a trio of old cut diamonds set in platinum, from which dangles a diamond and pearl set bar. The old cut diamond of approximately just over half a carat is set in a square bezel, the sharp angles of which contrast stunningly with the organic shape of the button-shaped natural pearl.
Accompanied by an independent jewellery report from IGR (#30309736).
Cut – The diamonds are old mine cuts.
Colour – The two larger diamonds are I to J. The smaller diamonds are G to H.
Clarity – The larger diamonds are SI1. The smaller diamonds are VS2 to SI1.
Carat – Each of the larger stones is approximately 0.55 carat. The total estimated diamond weight across the pair is 1.64 carat.
Circa – 1910.
Measurements – The earring is 29mm long. Each of the pearls 7.3mm in diameter.
Metal – The diamonds are set in platinum. The rest of the piece is in 18k yellow gold. Tested.