Edwardian Rose Cut Diamond Pearl Bow Platinum and white gold necklace, circa 1910.
ABOUT THIS ITEM: N-DJ111H The Edwardian era, spanning from 1901 to 1910, was a time of elegance and refinement in the world of fashion and jewelry. One exquisite example of this period is this Edwardian Rose Cut Diamond and Pearl Bow Necklace. This stunning piece showcases the attention to detail that defined the era. The necklace features a delicate bow motif, crafted with rose-cut diamonds and an old mine diamond and dangling pearl. The diamonds, with their unique cut that resembles the petals of a rose, add an ethereal sparkle to the piece. Wearing such a necklace would have been considered a status symbol during the Edwardian era. It would have adorned the necks of noblewomen attending social events or soirées. Its timeless design continues to captivate jewelry enthusiasts today.
DIAMONDS: Eighty-six rose cut and one old mine cut diamonds
PEARL: 5 mm blister pearl
METAL: platinum and14-karat white gold.
WEIGHT: 6.6 grams.
DIMENSIONS: center piece 2" wide and 1-3/8" long. Overall length of the necklace 17.5" long.
CONDITION: high magnification photographs show considerable design details, and the item is in good condition, all consistent with age and wear.
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