There is something so beautiful about the soft blue of aquamarines as well as jewellery from the Edwardian period of the early 1900's, and when the two come together, this often results in such an elegant piece of jewellery such as this necklace here.
Dating from the early 1900's, the necklace was made in 15 carat gold and was made with the most elegant and free flowing design, that is of course highlighted by aquamarines and natural seed pearls.
With a round aquamarine at the centre and a pearl set below, this then leads down to the main section that is set with a further two aquamarines and nine more pearls. The aquamarines come together to total 1.07 carats and are all matched so well in colour, and the charming seed pearls truly do complete the look and elegance of this piece.
From end to end, the necklace measures 40cm in length allowing for the main section to sit beautifully on the neckline for all to admire.
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Aquamarine and pearl antique necklace
Aquamarine and pearl antique necklace made in the Edwardian era of the early 1900's.
Where can I buy an Art Deco engagement ring?
From Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney. For over thirty five years, we have been dealing in fine antique engagement rings. From the Georgian era of the 1800's, right through the Victorian and Art Deco period, we can also hand make that special engagement ring for you using antique methods and diamonds.
When was the Edwardian era?
The Edwardian era was from 1901 until 1910.
Where is Australia's best antique store?
Kalmar Antiques in Sydney is Australia's number one antique jewellery and watch store.
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