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Jewelry from Georgian era have magical appeal. Used throughout the 18th and 19th century enigmatic meanings have been assigned to flowers to in an unspoken manner to communicate feelings with secret messages as in this rare diamond flower pendant from Georgian era.
Witness of a past time, moment of someone life, a memory and a piece of history is this rare diamond and wedgwood flower cameo cennetille pendant from Georgian era.
The resplendent pendant features flowing naturalism of flowers with a lovely wedgwood flower cameo combined with graceful cannetille work dotted by individually hand cut diamonds set to fit the romantic design.
A romantic oval plaque cameo in the renowned blue and white colour palette, known as jasperware depicting a lovely daisy flower with a centered sparkling old cut diamond set closed back dangles at every movement.
Scattered around are four old mine cut diamonds and three rose cut diamonds foiled and closed back on silver pinched collets, totalling approx .66 Ct.
This example should be noted for its wearable size, exceptional condition, Cannetille looks so sumptuous yet is light and wearable. Jewelers no longer have the time or expertise to endeavor to master this consummate skill.
Artfully hand crafted in 18 Kt yellow gold and silver during Georgian era, tested.
Very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
A jewel from another time and another place that wends its way to us through the years yet as wearable today as it was then.
18 Kt yellow gold and silver, tested
1 oval plaque of wedgewood jasperware cameo measuring approx 10 x 8 mm; 4 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx .23 Ct (VS/SI-D/E), 3 foiled and closed back rose cut diamonds totalling approx .43 Ct by spread
pendant is 32 mm x 30 mm (hxw);37 mm long including bail
very good overall condition