Victorian Silver, Gold, and Diamond Pendant, Circa 1900
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Description: - A late Victorian 0.57ct diamond pendant, circa 1900. The silver fronted and gold backed pendant is designed as an openwork heart-shaped foliate panel, with graduated old and lasque-cut diamonds in millegrain and grain settings, suspending a similarly set drop. As was common for the period the pendant is unhallmarked, and has been tested to be silver fronted and 9 karat (carat) gold backed.
Date: - Circa 1900.
Engraving: - None.
Measurement: - The pendant including bale measures 3.9 cm (height) x 1.9 cm (length) x 0.75 cm (depth). Total diamond weight is approximately 0.57 ct.
Condition: - The pendant is in good antique condition. The mixed cut diamonds have a lovely sparkle. Minor tarnishing and patina commensurate with age. Gemstone treatment is unknown.
Weight: - 4.1 grams / 0.13 troy oz.
Item No: - 1531/01.