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4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890

A stunning, fine and impressive antique Victorian 4.92 carat diamond and 9 carat yellow gold, silver set collarette; part of our diverse necklace collection

SKU: A4243
Price: £7,750.00
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4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890
4.92 ct Diamond and 9 ct Yellow Gold Collarette - Antique Circa 1890

Description


This stunning, fine and impressive antique diamond bow necklace has been crafted in 9 ct yellow gold with silver settings.


This antique Victorian necklace consists of four bow shaped designs, each embellished with twenty-three pavé set Old European cut diamonds.


Five flower shaped links, displayed alternately between the bows, graduate in size and are each ornamented with six, silver set Old European round cut diamonds.


A fifth bow setting is suspended, and articulates from the largest, central flower.


The feature flower and bow links connected to the original, integrated 18 ct yellow gold trace which secures to the reverse via a push fit clasp.


(The chain may be lengthened on request by incorporating additional links at either side of the clasp. The links however may not be a perfect match.)


This stunning diamond bow necklace benefits from the additional security of a fine link safety chain.


This antique 1890's necklace is supplied with an independent diamond grading report card.


The necklace has been independently tested using state of the art technology (Niton XL2 Analyzer) and verified as 9 ct gold and silver.


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Condition


This stunning antique necklace is fine quality, set with one hundred and forty-three old cut diamonds.

The necklace is a very good gauge of gold and 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/H/I/J

Clarity (average grades) VS2/SI1/P1

Cut Old European

Content (total) 4.92 carats


Dimensions


Length of drop 2.5cm/0.98"

Length across settings 13cm/5.11"

Wearing length 35.56cm/14"


 
 
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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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