EDWARDIAN OPAL DIAMOND PENDANT 18CT GOLD CIRCA 1910
This fabulous Edwardian Opal and Diamond pendant is Circa 1910.
The central Opal is 3.5ct alone with a 1ct Opal at the top of the pendant and a 2.80ct Opal dropper.
The lovely natural Opal is a kaleidoscope of rainbow colours shimmering and changing colours with the light. The Opal Radiates a myriad of colours - blues, pinks, greens, turquoise and an inner orange.
The central Opal has a natural fissure or crazing across the centre, this is minimal wear for such an old piece of jewellery.
The pendant has a halo of Diamonds leading to a Diamond bow is in the centre of the pendant
Diamond is the hardest mineral on Earth and this combined with its exceptional lustre and brilliant fire has made it the most highly prized of all gems.
The pendant is set in 18ct Yellow gold, this has been tested with jewellers acid.
This is a fabulous Opal pendant and steeped in Edwardian history.
Weighs 6.7 grams.
Measures 55mm down and 29mm across.
The central Opal measures 11mm.
The top Opal measures 8mm.
The bottom Opal measures 15mm in length.
This particular piece is in a Vault in London, if you wish to see this, please allow time for an appointment for viewing.
We can provide a written Valuation on completion of the sale, we recommend you insure for £5000.
ITEM NUMBER- JB6