This stunning, fine and impressive antique pendant has been crafted in 18ct yellow gold.
The substantial frame displays a stunning feature claw set 21.63ct oval faceted cut citrine.
The yellow gold oval setting is embellished with white hot enamel decoration, paralleling the pierced decorated frame and forming interlacing stylised foliate designs.
The decorative setting is further embellished with a rope twist decorated border encircling the feature stone, in addition to an undulating-textured border to the rim.
The outer edge of the navette shaped setting is embellised with nineteen applied yellow gold balls.
This Victorian pendant suspends from a contemporary 18ct yellow gold 18" trace chain via a ring loop attachment to the upper border of the design, embellished with further hot enamel decoration.
The reverse of this pendant bears a 'lozenge mark'* which certifies the patent of this piece on 10th May 1869 with the UK Patent Office.
This impressive antique citrine pendant is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.
NOTE: * A lozenge mark is a fine feature as the mark not only shows the design had been registered with the British Patent Office, but it offered the buyer reassurance of knowing an item was a British design.
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