Edwardian Amethyst Diamond Pearl Platinum Gold Pendant Necklace



Edwardian amethyst diamond pearl platinum and gold pendant necklace circa 1910.  Clear and concise information you want to know is listed below.  Contact us right away if you have additional questions.  We are here to connect you with beautiful and affordable jewelry.


DIAMONDS:  eleven old European-cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.22 carat, approximately H-I color, I1 clarity.

AMETHYST:  one faceted pear-shaped amethyst measuring approximately 9 X 7 mm.

PEARLS:  two round pearls measuring approximately 3.25 and 3 mm, respectively.

METAL:  pendant only 14-karat yellow gold and platinum.

WEIGHT:  3 grams total weight.

MEASUREMENTS: pendant only approximately 1-1/16” (2.80 cm) long including the bail, and 9/16” (1.20 cm) wide overall.

CHAIN:  14-karat white gold 16” (40.64 cm) long with jump-ring clasp.

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

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Edwardian amethyst diamond pearl platinum and gold pendant necklace circa 1910.