Made in the early 1900's in 15 carat gold, this pendant will so easily suit being worn day or night, and always look so elegant and timeless in its design.
Set with a round aquamarine in the centre, it is surrounded by eight pearls that are in turn surrounded by not one, but two lovely scalloped shaped borders, that accentuate the attractive open work design.
With a final aquamarine suspended from the bottom, the pendant measures 24.6mm by 37.6mm plus the bail for a chain to pass through, this pendant will always look so elegant around the neck.
Aquamarine and pearl Edwardian pendant
Aquamarine and pearl Edwardian pendant made in the early 1900's in 15 carat gold.
The Edwardian era was from 1901 until 1910.
What is the difference between vintage jewellery and antique jewellery?
Vintage jewellery is one that is over twenty years old, but less than one hundred. Antiques on the other hand, must be over one hundred years old to be considered as an antique.
At Kalmar Antiques on the top floor of the Queen Victoria Building, in the heart of Sydney.
Kalmar Antiques in Sydney is Australia's number one antique jewellery and watch store.
Where can I have my antique jewellery repaired in Sydney?
At Kalmar Antiques in the Queen Victoria Building, we have been repairing antique jewellery for over thirty five years. As well as jewellery, we have two watchmakers on site and are an authorised OMEGA watch service centre.
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Click here for a link to the beautiful and historic Queen Victoria Building. We are on the top floor and are the only antique jewellery store in the building: