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Art Nouveau jewellery of the late 19th and 20th Century often has a very flowing and sensual design that can be seen here in this glorious antique Art Nouveau diamond pendant made in the early 1900's. Hand made in 18 cart yellow gold and platinum, the pendant was so expertly hand crafted with the sections set with diamonds not only having a flowing design, but also graduate in width. This gives the pendant such a flowing design that accentuates the design as well as showcasing the quality of the pendant. The main body of the pendant is set with a sixteen European cut diamonds that total 1.24 carats along with sixty rose cut diamonds that total 0.42 carats. And then to finish it off, there are three mine cut diamonds set on the bail at the top that total 0.05 carats, bringing the total diamond weight to an impressive 1.71 carats. Measuring 37.4mm across by 41.1mm or 49.9mm to the top of the bail, this pendant will certainly get the admiration that it deserves every time that it is worn. Stock# ES9734 Circa: 1910 $12,800
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Here is a magnificent antique diamond pendant that was made in Russian in the early 1900's in such a fabulous design that will always be admired and complimented on every time that it is worn. Made in 14 carat gold and silver around the diamonds, it bears the Russian hallmarks for being made in Moscow and has a lovely elegant design as well as an exciting geometric pattern which was seen in more pieces made later during the Art Deco period. Set with a total of twenty eight rose cut diamonds that come together to total 0.30 carats, the pendant measures 27.2mm across by 56.5mm or 66.1mm to the very top of the bail. As beautiful and exciting today as when it was made, this antique diamond pendant will always be loved, cherished and admired. Stock# ES9347 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
This antique pendant dates from the late 1800's and will always look magnificent every time that it is worn and certainly captures the light thanks to the beautiful antique diamonds. Hand made in 18 carat yellow gold and sterling silver, the reason that silver was used instead of white gold or platinum is that it was not until the early 1900â€™s that white gold was invented, and platinum although already discovered, was not used in jewellery until around this same time. The design is so elegant and feminine and in total there are nineteen European cut diamonds set into the pendant as well as a further three more set into the bail at the top. These diamonds come together to total 0.58 carats and then the pendant is further highlighted by being set with two natural pearls. The design as well as the use of pearls makes this such an elegant piece and even with all of the diamonds, it is not an ostentatious piece of jewellery and will therefore always be admired for its elegance and beauty. Measuring 13.7mm cross by 18.8mm to the top of the bail, this will sit perfectly around the neck where it will always be worn with pride. Stock# ES9092 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is an exceptional quality mid-Victorian era antique diamond pendant with two tassels that is the epitome of quality and craftsmanship. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, this magnificent pendant measures an impressive 86.6mm in length by 29.2mm wide at the centre. From the beautiful bail at the top to allow a chain to slide through, to the two magnificent tassels at the bottom, all of this will make you appreciate the intricate detail and work that went into making this piece well over 100 years ago. And then there is the centre with the beautiful wreath design which proudly shows off the antique mine cut diamond. This diamond has such an incredible sparkle to it and measures 1.16 carats in weight. The way it just sits so elegantly in the centre just catches the light perfectly and will make this a piece that will be admired and appreciated from near or far. Even the two tassels at the bottom have such fine detail on the caps supporting them and it is incredible to think that all of this was achieved all those years ago. From near or far the quality of this piece will always make it stand out as an exceptional quality antique pendant from the glorious Victorian era. Stock# ES8144 Circa: 1870 $Sold.