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0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910

A stunning, fine and impressive antique 0.42 carat diamond 18 carat white gold pendant; part of our diverse antique diamond jewellery and estate jewelry collections

SKU: A4365
Price: £1,595.00
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0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910
0.42 ct Diamond and 18 ct White Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910

Description


This impressive antique diamond pendant has been crafted in 18 ct white gold.


Four articulated components combine to create the overall design.


The pierced decorated, kite shaped terminal incorporates a feature articulated, pendulum style linear design ornamented with a claw set Old European cut diamond held within a fluted setting.


The kite design is accented with a collet set Old European cut diamond at the junction with central link.


This elliptical, pierced decorated link is embellished with three diamonds.


The uppermost component of this impressive diamond pendant has a tied bow form, accented with a collet set Old European cut diamond to the centre, and a combination of Dutch cut and eight-cut diamonds to the 'ribbons'.


The pendant is suspended from a contemporary 18 ct white gold trace chain which secures to the reverse with a conventional spring loaded bolt fastening.


The chain may be replaced with a chain of the same quality, in a style or length to meet your personal requirements.


This pendant (antique circa 1910) has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 18 ct gold.


The pendant is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


Condition


This stunning antique pendant is fine quality set with well colour matched, very high colour graded diamonds.

The pendant is a very good gauge of gold and is in excellent condition.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this fine example of antique jewellery/estate jewelry.


Diamond Quality


Colour (average grades) G

Clarity (average grades) VS2-SI2

Cut Eight-cut/Ductch/Old European

Content (total) 0.42 carat


Dimensions


Length of drop 3.6cm/1.41"

Width of pendant 1.37cm/0.53"

Chain length 45.72cm/18"


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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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