This stunning, fine and impressive antique pearl pendant/brooch has been crafted in 15ct yellow gold.
The stellate shaped, pierced decorated frame features a central pearl encompassed by six pairs of graduating pearls, in a cluster design.
Each of the six points bears an emanating, elongated setting embellished with an individually set pearl to the terminal.
The feature setting is further ornamented with six alternating points, each incorporating three pearls in a graduating linear formation.
This antique pendant is suspended from a contemporary 18ct yellow gold 45.72cm/18" curb chain via a detachable ring loop attachment; ornamented with five further graduating pearls.
This 1920s seed pearl pendant may also be worn as a brooch, via a hinged pin and clasp fitting, which may be attached via a screw fitment to the reverse; this removable pin indicates the high quality of the piece.
This antique yellow gold, pearl and diamond pendant has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 15ct gold.
This antique brooch is supplied with an independent gemstone grading card.
This exceptional pendant/brooch is fitted to the original hinged presentation box with a satin and velvet lined interior, securing with a push fit catch.
The interior of the cover bears the retailer's mark 'Harrison & Son, Goldsmiths Darlington'; this original fitted box indicates the high quality of the piece.
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