ANTIQUE EDWARDIAN PURPLE PASTE DROPPER NECKLACE CIRCA 1910
This stunning antique Edwardian necklace is adorned with rich purple Paste stones. Circa 1910
The necklace is set in Silver which is gilded in 18ct Gold.
14 purple Paste stones sit boasting in this gorgeous necklace, 5 of the stones sit as droppers looking fancy.
Paste is a heavy, very transparent flint glass that simulates the fire and brilliance of gemstones.
This is because it has relatively high indices of refraction and strong dispersion.
This necklace is steeped in Edwardian history.
It looks beautiful when worn, such a statement piece!
It weighs 19 grams.
The chain measures 17 inches in length
The gallery of Amethyst stones measure 5 1/4 inches across x 1 1/4 inches down
The largest stones measure 8mm across x 11mm down
The smallest stones measure 6mm across x 8mm down
In excellent condition all round.
ITEM NUMBER 5784