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1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920

An impressive pair of antique 1.60 carat diamond and 14 carat yellow gold, 14 carat white gold set drop earrings; part of our diverse antique jewellery collections

SKU: C1165
Price: £2,950.00
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Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920
Diamond Drop Earrings in White Gold
1.60ct Diamond and 14ct Yellow Gold Drop Earrings - Antique Circa 1920

Description


These fine and impressive diamond drop earrings have been crafted in 14ct yellow gold with 14ct white gold settings.


The earrings display a feature 0.55ct and 0.53ct Old European round cut diamond, eight claw set to the terminal of an articulated linear drop.


The articulated linear drops are each composed of three millegrain decorated, collet set Old European round cut diamonds.


The earrings secure to the reverse of the uppermost diamond with a post and butterfly style fastening.


The butterflies are each hallmarked with the 14ct gold fineness marks (585) and the maker's mark 'CHRIST'.


This impressive pair of antique 1920s earrings is supplied with two independent diamond grading certificates for the feature diamonds, in addition to an independent diamond grading report card for the supporting diamonds.


Images do not always reflect the true colour and brilliance of gemstones and diamonds. The video however provides a truer representation of the actual colour and showcases each stone.


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Condition


These antique diamond drop earrings are fine quality set with very high colour graded old cut diamonds, that although clarity graded at P1, display no unsightly black inclusions and display fine white colour, brilliance and presence.

The earrings are a very good gauge of gold and are in excellent condition with clear hallmarks to the butterfly style fastenings.


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


Diamond Quality


Diamond One

Colour H

Clarity P1

Cut Old European round

Content 0.55 carat

Dimensions 5.14mm x 5.12mm x 3.57mm


Feature Diamond

Colour H

Clarity P1

Cut Old European round

Content 0.53 carat

Dimensions 5.19mm x 5.16mm x 2.96mm


Supporting Diamonds

Colour (average grades) G/H

Clarity (average grades) VS2/SI2/P1

Cut Old European round

Content (total) 0.52 carat


Total Diamond Content

1.60 carats


Dimensions


Length of Drop 1.9cm/0.75"

Length of Setting 1.9cm/0.75"

Width of Setting 6.4mm/0.25"


 
 
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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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