French Victorian Moonstone Gold Necklace



French Victorian three-drop moonstone yellow gold necklace, circa 1890.

The French Victorian Moonstone Yellow Gold Necklace is a stunning piece of jewelry that embodies the elegance and sophistication of the Victorian era. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail with Etruscan revival techniques, this necklace features a central moonstone bezel set followed by two smaller bezel set moonstone drops that shimmer with an ethereal glow. The yellow gold setting adds a touch of warmth and richness to the piece, making it truly unique and eye-catching.  And, Moonstone is believed to bring good luck, inner peace, harmony, balance, and confidence.

 During the Victorian era, jewelry was not just a fashion statement but also a symbol of status and wealth. The intricate design of this necklace reflects the craftsmanship and artistry of the time, showcasing the skill and creativity of French jewelers.

Wearing this exquisite necklace would have been a privilege reserved for the elite members of society, who appreciated fine craftsmanship and luxury. Today, this piece serves as a beautiful reminder of a bygone era, where beauty and elegance were paramount in fashion.


 MOONSTONES:  Two oval and one round cabochon Moonstones.

 METAL:  18k yellow gold

 WEIGHT:  5.2 grams

  MEASUREMENTS:  three drop section is 2-1/4" long by 1" wide.

  LENGTH:  15-3/4" long.

CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and that this pendant/necklace is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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