Here is a combination of the elegance of the Edwardian, combined with the beauty of aquamarines set into 9ct rose gold that all comes together in this very elegant antique Edwardian era aquamarine necklace.
Dating from the early 1900’s, the necklace is set with five natural aquamarines that are all so well matched together in colour and all display a glorious pure blue colour.
The word aquamarine, means two handfuls of seawater, and this is such an apt term especially when you see the colour emanating from the five aquamarines here.
There are two side cushion cut aquamarines that lead to the central emerald cut which below this are two pear cut aquamarines which really adds such a unique character to this necklace and the total weight of all the aquamarines is 7.91 carats.
Laid out from end to end the chain measures 42cm in length and from the bottom pear cut aquamarine to the one at the top, this distance measures 5.6cm making this aquamarine necklace sit at the perfect length on the neckline.
A lovely example of an antique Edwardian era aquamarine necklace that set into rose gold really makes it just perfect.