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Jewelry from the Edwardian years has such a grand but measured look. Sophisticated without going over the top, the understated beauty of each piece is apparent.
Style, delicacy and elegance is the main attraction of this exemplary Edwardian natural tourmaline and pearl pendant.
With all the grace afforded by the soft curves and openwork this Edwardian pendant expresses a true sense of delicacy.A three elements articulated necklace brings forth simplicity, proportion and lightness.
Top is a feminine round cut natural pink tourmaline, set on gold collett, of approx .49 Ct glowing with romantic light pink.
Suspending a sophisticated openwork element dotted with 3 natural half pearls and two drilled pearls on chain and encasing a gorgeous deep green cushion cut natural tourmaline of approx 1.53 Ct.
A glowing candy pink drop of natural pink tourmaline cut en pear cut of approx 2.12 Ct gently swings with any subtle movement. Its presence its lively and vivacious.
Artfully designed, everywhere you look, the necklace possesses a lightness that speak to its quality and careful attention to detail.
Crafted in 15 Kt yellow gold during Edwardian era, tested and marked on clasp.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
15 Kt yellow gold, tested
assay on clasp
1 pear cut natural pink tourmaline of approx 2.12 Ct; 3 half pearls and two drilled pearls in accent, 1 round cut natural pink tourmaline of approx .49 Ct;1 antique cushion cut natural green tourmaline of approx 1.53 Ct
pendant is 16.9 mm at widest part and 51.8 mm at longest; necklace is 42.5 cm long measured open including clasp;
very good overall condition, little wear to green tourmaline collett as shown through photos